A rich child who has never washed, cooked or even heard of a colander has exchanged his luxury life to see how the other half lives.
And Navid bought his guests a very bizarre welcome gift – a set of Versace dishes.
The 24-year-old pharmacist admits he is a designer diva.
His wardrobe was full of Versace bridges worth £ 800, Gucci and Fendi bags of £ 4,000 and shoes for £ 15,000.
But his love for designer brands does not end there – and he has much preferred.
Not only are her Versace sheets but she also eats her dishes from Versace dishes.
Navid lives in a million-pound home in one of London's most exclusive neighborhoods with her parents loaded.
Its huge bedroom also has its own jacuzzi.
The rich guy said: "I spend most of my time in the hot tub.
"I don't have a budget, I've always had financial support.
"If I see something beautiful and I need it, then I understand."
Another of Navid's hobbies is to meet and greet celebrities at VIP events.
From Britney Spears to Dua Lipa, this young teenager pays between £ 400 and £ 1,500 to get closer to his favorite stars.
And despite the fact that he has just gained his pharmacist status, Navid has noble ambitions – he is also an aspiring rapper, actor and model.
Holidays are also something he likes: going up to 40 in one year and spending up to £ 20,000 at a time.
But there are some things that are completely beyond him.
Navid has never cooked in his life, nor clean, and has a maid to help him with all the household chores.
But he's giving all this to spend time with the family of three Queen, Shawn and their two-year-old daughter, Simone, for 5Star's Rich Kids Go Skint.
The family lives in Kensington, west of London, a few meters from the scene of the Grenfell tragedy.
Shawn works full time during the week and Queen works all weekend to make ends meet.
The family must survive on a budget of just £ 1,400 a month – an Amoudn Navid would pass in a flash – and left only £ 126 for the delights.
The queen explains: "We have very little more every month for savings or emergencies."
The queen grew up in Kensington and observed how the community has been decimated because people can no longer afford to live in the neighborhood.
He said: "C & # 39; is a real contrast, you can see the division of wealth.
"I don't understand how Grenfell can happen: c & # 39; is so much wealth in this village, where is everything going?"
And Navid is stunned by the difference in circumstances with respect to his own well-off life.
But he has what he thinks is the perfect gift for breaking the ice.
Navid loves her dishes for Versace's dinner so much that she brought Queen and Shawn a gift set.
While the queen is very grateful, she says: "They are very beautiful but they are not very practical, she says that is what she eats but I cannot do it".
And Navid's arrangements for sleeping are also something very new, as he admits "I've never slept on a couch".
There is no time to rest for Navid, because the Queen immediately puts him to work in the kitchen, helping her prepare lunch.
But the main concern of Navid is not the food: it is its Versace suit that gets dirty.
And the queen is stunned when Navid reveals that she doesn't know the word for colander.
However, he is really impressed by the creation of the queen of pasta, pesto and vegetables.
The difference between the rich parts of the neighborhood is really brought home by Navid when the queen shows him a real estate agent and reveals that she will never be able to buy a house in the area where she grew up.
Over a cup of coffee, Queen also explains how the community gathered in the wake of Grenfell's tragedy.
He said: "I was woken up at 5 am when someone called us because they knew we lived near it.
"We all felt Grenfell because he could be one of us, they were people who lived there, like us, who have been here for generations.
"It's an old community and many of us live in social housing, but these people lost everything overnight.
"I'm so proud of my community and the way they came together later."
After helping Queen cook dinner, Navid is in charge of washing dishes – something she has never done before.
And once again, his main concern is that his sneakers get wet.
Navid said: "It's the first time I wash and my hands feel really weird and really crappy.
"I'll have to use a little moisturizer to make sure they don't dry out."
After a night on the couch – where Navid fights without his design sheets – he still has his most difficult task, doing weekly shopping for only £ 50.
While Navid cannot help but buy some luxury products – and forget all about butter and milk – it proves to have learned from Queen and Shawn and to bargain for the best price.
And he is also determined to show what he learned by making a meal – pasta with tomato sauce – for Queen, Shawn and Simone.
While c & # 39; is a small saline disaster, the family is grateful for the effort that has completed.
And then it's time for Navid to return to his luxury life, but not before giving the family a last surprise.
He plans to pay all three for a day at Chessington's World of Adventures.
Navid says: "This experience has taught me to appreciate my parents and helper even more at home because I now know how hard I work.
"I also really appreciate everything you guys did for me and leave me alone. I really learned a lot."
- Rich Kids Go Skint is in 5Star at 9m on Tuesday.