A gold Rolls Royce Phantom Coupe and a Lamborghini Aventador SV are seen in London — two of four gold coloured cars which have been seen in the capital all belonging to the same wealthy owner.

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TALK about travelling in style.

This tourist took luxury travel to a whole new level after bringing his fleet of flashy cars valued at $1.8 million to the streets of London.

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The cars’ owner, a prince reportedly from Saudi Arabia, was snapped driving his uber plush fleet among the city’s busy streets this week.

The vehicles, which are wrapped in gold vinyl, have an estimated total value of $2.35 million, CNN reported.

Among them, a six-wheeled Mercedes has an estimated street value of $700,000 alone.

Another Lamborghini is valued at a mere $660,000 and has a top speed of 350km/h.

The owner of the luxury fleet has been named as playboy prince Saudi billionaire Turki Bin Abdullah.

According to the UK Telegraph, the prince is currently in the country touring the wealthy parts of West London with a group of friends and instead of getting a private car or taxi, has brought his cars with him.

His Instagram account is full of pictures of his flashy cars as well as his visits to luxury stores and chasing camels around the dessert.

This car brings new meaning to the word rich.

This car brings new meaning to the word rich.Source:Snapper Media

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But the flashy move isn’t the first and only time a super rich tourist has graced the UK capital with such fanfare.

Every year, dozens of luxury car owners come to London to escape the oppressive Middle East heat.

The cars have caused such a stir that local authorities at the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea introduced a Public Spaces Protection Order which banned drivers from revving their engine and disturbing local residents.

Anyone caught doing so risks a fine of $1875, which is pocket change for the prince and other owners of such luxury cars.

The cars are all believed to belong to a Saudi prince.

The cars are all believed to belong to a Saudi prince.Source:Snapper Media