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Nina Dobrev 'spending $5,000 per night on Airbnb rental for Christmas' - report

Published 19/12/2015

Nina Dobrev
Nina Dobrev

Nina Dobrev supposedly wants to be sequestered in a snowy region with tonnes of relatives over the holidays.

Actress Nina Dobrev is reportedly splashing out $5,000 (£3,400) per evening on an opulent Airbnb rental over the Christmas holidays.

The 26-year-old will supposedly be sharing the luxurious seven-bedroom and 5.5-bath home in Coalville, Utah with her boyfriend Austin Stowell and other relatives.

"Nina is really looking forward to cooking a big family Christmas dinner with her boyfriend in the amazing kitchen that is set up for a family style meal," an insider told People magazine. "They were planning on spending nights watching movies in the theatre room."

Although Nina and Austin just went public with their relationship in October - having accompanied each other to the red carpet premiere of his movie Bridge of Spies - it seems they have grown close enough to happily entertain both of their families for days on end at one location.

"They are super excited to be with her family this year and spend the holidays in the snow as Nina was really excited to have a white Christmas," the insider said, noting the home also has a hot tub on the premises.

Nina has previously gushed about how much she respects her loved ones, especially her parents.

The former The Vampire Diaries star also came clean about the pressure she is under to have children while she's still in her twenties.

"(My mum's) really glad she had me young," Nina explained to the German edition of Cosmopolitan about her mother's eagerness to have grandchildren soon.

"She was about as old as I am now and she thinks we wouldn't have the great relationship we do if she'd been older.

"My mum is kind of right."

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