Strictly Come Dancing star Judi Love has given a sneak peek inside her stunning East London home.
The Loose Women panellist, who recently apologised after accidentally kicking her dance partner Graziano Di Prima in the stomach twice while training for the show, has shared a glimpse inside her home while filming during lockdown.
Judi, 41, has a cosy home to relax in when she is not training on the dance floor for the BBC One show and has given her 220,000 Instagram fans a look inside.
The comedian, who is often seen on Channel 4's Celebrity Gogglebox with ITV newsreader Charlene White, has a cosy living space with plush cream sofas decked with orange cushions and sage green walls.
We can also see that Judi is an avid reader and has a bookcase stocked full of her favourite titles along with a pretty purple orchid on the side cabinet.
Judi shares 'Monday Motivation' clips to her followers every week and often films the inspiring footage in her kitchen which has sleek black tiles and wooden cupboards.
Elsewhere Judi has opted for a grey theme in her home with stunning ruched curtains to add a luxurious feel to the space.
The dancing star also has given a glimpse of the open staircase in her home with an exposed cream brick feature wall and glass panels to add the illusion of light of extra space.
Meanwhile the TV beauty has thick grey carpet and white wooden doors to add a minimalistic feel to the gorgeous home.
Elsewhere Judi has a stunning garden to relax in when she is not busy filming as seen in an Instagram post as she posed with her margarita cocktail.
We can see that the garden has a large patio area and borders have been filled with palms and lighting to give a holiday feel to the outdoor space.
It comes after Judi recently exclusively told OK! about what kind of teacher Graziano is.
"I mean, have you seen him? He’s so lovely. He’s becoming a real friend. He’s very compassionate but when he needs to be firm he will be and really push me," she explained.
Judi, who also spoke about her weight loss, continued: "What’s nice is that he knows when to say, 'Right, that’s enough. Let’s take a break.' I feel like the professional dancers need more recognition.
"They have to fit the choreography to our physical strengths but they also have to deal with our confidence and self-esteem issues."
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