Stephen Bear claims he's related to a Spanish king as he annoys followers with photoshopped royal snap

STEPHEN Bear claimed he's related to a Spanish king as he annoyed followers with a photoshopped royal snap.

The Ex On the Beach star, 31, shared a photo of a portrait of King Edward VII on his Twitter.

However, Stephen photoshopped his smiling face on the top.

He captioned the pic: "So I’ve checked my bloodline from the ancestry website and it says im related to kings and I’ve got royal in my bloodline . He does look a little like me .

"This is my great great great great great great grandad . He was a Spanish king"

Edward VII was the son of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert and lived from 1841 until 1910.


His reign as the King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland – not Spain – was from 1901 to 1910.

This comes after the reality star hosted a 12 person family party during lockdown after moving back in with his mum and dad.

It comes just weeks after the reality star claimed the rules "don't apply to me" when asked why he appeared to break Covid restrictions following his trip to Dubai.

In a lengthy video shared on YouTube, Bear, 31, filmed his parents, siblings, and nieces and nephews crowded around a table – despite families being unable to mix indoors as a result of the current national lockdown.


The former Celebrity Big Brother star hosted a game of cards with the adults, as the kids danced to music playing in the background.

Bear gave no explanation or reason behind the party and simply captioned the video: "The game we are playing is called ‘chase the Ace’ google how to play it."

People in England can be fined £200 for leaving their homes without a reasonable excuse and can be hit with fines for not self-isolating when they are ordered to (£1,000) and for attending or organising gatherings (up to £10,000).

There is an exemption for people who live alone who can form a support bubble with one other household, and for people carrying out care duties such as childcare.

Many of Bear's fans were shocked that he had shared the video on YouTube, after he was arrested on revenge porn charges last month, and was accused of failing to quarantine upon his return from Dubai.

One said: "You have a ton of s**t to deal with without showing your family breaking lockdown rules. And no, they don’t all live under same roof. You deserve all the backslash you’re clearly a v selfish person and so is your family."

Another commented beneath his video: "Busy house considering it’s a lockdown"

And one more remarked: "ermmmm ive not seen my family during lockdown but its ok for you is it?"

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