Elliot Wright has been holding followers updated together with his plans to rebuild Olivia’s restaurant in La Cala, Marbella, after a devastating fireplace ravaged the constructing.
The previous Towie star, 41, who’s the cousin of Mark Wright, claimed that the hearth was brought on by ‘arson’ after the restaurant he built six years ago burned down.
He revealed that he plans to reopen it this summer time, however admitted there have been some surprising setbacks within the rebuild.
Elliott defined on Instagram on Monday: ‘I’d say it’s been a productive day however it’s troublesome to be constructive on a regular basis. Been just a few points at this time.
‘One in every of my roofs want to return down, that’s gonna put me again every week, which is clearly very upsetting for me, however we’re all pushing on.
‘It’s a nasty day at this time, to be sincere with you. I’m making an attempt to be constructive, however at instances it’s a bit powerful.’
He added: ‘Tomorrow is a brand new day, I’m going to attempt to be constructive and attempt to crack on.
‘Immediately doesn’t appear to be an excellent one however I can’t be good on a regular basis, it’s going to be powerful – I knew it wasn’t going to be straightforward.’
Elliott shared video footage of the devastation brought on by the hearth, which he believes was prompted intentionally, revealing that the inside and many of the constructing had been utterly destroyed.
He added: ‘So sure my dream has been cruelly taken away from me by some spiteful nasty folks, for no matter cause I’ll in all probability by no means know, all that issues actually is that I’ll rebuild and WILL be again..
‘@olivias_la_cala 2021 could also be delayed extra then we needed… however we now have all waited lengthy sufficient, just a little longer and we might be again with a bang..
‘I wish to thank everybody who has got here with provides of assist or a merely variety message, I’ve genuinely been touched, together with my Spanish group in addition to the mayor Josele Gonzalez, you may have all been wonderful, you realise in time of bother the folks which are there for you…’
The fireplace started at 5.30am on Monday, April 26, simply weeks after Elliott lost his father to coronavirus on the age of 66.
No person was contained in the restaurant on the time of the hearth and there have been no accidents.
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