Property brothers dating
Before they became known as the Property Brothers, Drew and Jonathan Scott made ends meet working as clowns.Faces smeared with blue and red makeup, they did a bunch of birthday party gigs, bringing joy and entertainment to children, according to magazine. previously worked in Las Vegas as a celebrity impersonator, drawing on his resemblance to American Idol's Adam Lambert and the late, great David Bowie as an outlet for his creative energy. D.'s been hosting the network's online, behind-the-scenes coverage of Though they gained their fame as reality television stars, it doesn't mean Drew and Jonathan Scott are willing to do anything to make a buck."We're related on my mother's side," explained Jonathan. He even had diagnostic tests run that confirmed his sensitivity, so he steers clear of all wheat, barley, and rye. "I know it sounds oh, la dee da with your fancy chef — but when we looked into it, it was cheaper than eating out." Each meal costs about , according to Jonathan, and the chef services usually give the brothers a list of dishes they can order in advance and then heat up when they're ready to eat."A lot of people think I'm allergic to gluten, but I'm actually not," he explained. I find my body functions better and it breaks down food better if I don't do gluten." Drew also describes himself as a health nut, and said that if you looked in his fridge, you'd find protein shakes and supplements. In addition to being less expensive than going to restaurants, the pre-cooked meals have the added benefit of being healthy and within a certain calorie range.Their business took off, but Drew didn't want to give up on his dream of pursuing an acting career.In 2005, Drew decided that his original goal of becoming an actor had been eclipsed by house-flipping — so he flew west to pursue a career in acting while Jonathan ran the real estate and flipping business back in Calgary.But Drew isn't the only one who's tried his hand at acting: both brothers starred on the Canadian series of experience with this, they followed the same process they walk clients through on their show: the brothers hunted for bargains, and found a 5,400 square foot home built just before the recession.The exterior of the home was "just a dirt lot," Jonathan told , and "nothing had really been done on the inside." The brothers bought the property for 0,000 and promptly set to work.
I can roam the meadows or explore the old abandoned castles for hours." As for Jonathan, he loves both Bora-Bora and Florence, Italy, in equal measure.Jonathan finds the beauty of Bora-Bora and the history and architecture in Florence to be particularly wonderful, and he said he "spent hours in both places just wandering." Grab the tissues, single ladies, Jonathan is no longer the single brother!According to People, he began dating Jacinta Kuznetsov, 28 — now a development producer for their company — in 2015 after meeting at a charity gala.It also has a two-story commercial-grade water slide that spirals into the pool, a game room replete with a vintage arcade machine, as well as a putting green and basketball court in the back yard. Hmm, a collection of medieval weapons on display in the foyer? The intimidation factor must be a great way to deter uninvited visitors. Speaking of food, the brothers use a personal chef when they're on the road.Cool fact: the battle-ax is a replica of the one used by Robert the Bruce, a revered Scottish king and warrior who lived in the 13th and 14th centuries. "In every city we go to [for the show], a chef prepares our meals for three days at a time," Jonathan explains.