Olympic snowboarder Scotty James reveals how he remains grounded in a lavish life with F1 heiress Chloe Stroll: ‘I never get used to it’
Scotty James has revealed how he stays grounded in his lavish lifestyle.
The Olympic snowboarder got engaged to F1 heiress Chloe Stroll, 27, in November 2021 and has since had an increasingly luxurious lifestyle.
The 28-year-old is no stranger to the spotlight, ever since competing in the Winter Olympics in 2010 when he was just 15 years old.
Scotty James, 28, recently revealed how he has remained grounded since becoming engaged to F1 heiress Chloe Stroll, 27.
Speaking to The Herald Sun, Scotty revealed his family in Australia are doing an amazing job of keeping their feet on the ground.
“Coming back to Australia, seeing everyone and staying in touch with my friends, family and people who were there from day one, is important to me,” he said.
He added: “It keeps me very grounded.”
He went on to explain that he is the youngest with three older siblings who never fail to keep him in check.
The 28-year-old has been no stranger to the spotlight since taking part in the Winter Olympics in 2010 when he was just 15 years old.
Chloe is the daughter of entrepreneur and F1 boss Lawrence Stroll, who is the executive chairman of the Aston Martin team.
In July, the couple celebrated their engagement with a bang and threw an elaborate party in Cannes with a star-studded guest list that included Catherine Zeta-Jones, Michael Douglas and Tommy Hilfiger.
He joked that he didn’t even realize there were famous people in attendance and clearly more people knew about the party than he thought.
When specifically asked about his lifestyle, he replied, “I never got used to it and I never will. I make sure to stay down to earth.
Proposal: Scotty got down on his knees in the middle of the snow in Switzerland
Scotty was very upfront and honest saying it was exciting and glamorous with amazing things happening all the time.
However, the most important thing was that his dream was to be the best snowboarder and fame and lifestyle are just accompaniments of that dream.
He returned home with a silver medal after this year’s Winter Olympics in Beijing after competing in the men’s halfpipe.
Scotty has made it clear that the fame and lifestyle aspect add up to his true dream of being the best snowboarder