Model Kelly Brook has shut down the celebrity-loved venue after just three years after ‘failing to make enough cash
Kelly Brook has shut down her London bar [Wenn]
Kelly Brook has been forced to close down her London bar Steam and Rye after it failed bring in enough money.
The upmarket bar which was located on London’s Leadenhall Street has already started to be dismantled.
Steam and Rye was popular when it first opened in November 2013, attracting a celebrity clientele such as Little Mix and Vicky Pattinson.
However it’s famous punters were not enough to keep the venue open, with Kelly now making the tough decision to shut its doors.
Kelly Brook at the launch party for Steam & Rye in 2013 [Wenn]
An insider told The Sun Online: “Kelly and business partner Nick House decided to close Steam and Rye together, there’s no ill feeling and they’re hoping to work again in the future.
“The London market is one of the most difficult to crack and although the place was popular, it was hard to keep going when the competition is so tough.”
Though Kelly’s business had a unsuccessful end, she is still delighting fans online with snaps of her envious figure.
She recently racked up the likes on social media by posing completely naked on an inflatable unicorn.
Little Mix were among the celebrities who requented the bar [Wenn]
Taking to Instagram, the 37-year-old shared a snap of herself on the float in the middle of a swimming pool.
Propping her hand up with her head, the actress’ bare bum can just about be seen as she lay on her front.