Made In Chelsea star Jamie Laing left London for lockdown, instead choosing to isolate in his parents’ lavish countryside home in the Cotswolds.
The heir to the McVitie’s empire is in the luxury surrounding alongside his girlfriend Sophie Habboo, his mother and his sister. Speaking on the Castaway podcast the star admitted he had left his Fulham flat for the country air as the coronavirus situation worsened.
He said: "I decided when everything was kicking off and becoming a bit hectic, I decided: right, I’ve got to get out of London because the thought of being in my one bedroom apartment in London I was just like: 'I can’t do this.'
"So my mum lives in the countryside so I went down to hers, living with her we’ve had about 400 arguments which is good.
"I’m with my girlfriend as well, we’ve had about three arguments, which isn’t that bad, and I’ve got my sister here. We’ve had one argument but if all of my family go missing I promise you it’s not me!"
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The house itself is incredible, and it is easy to see why Jamie would have fled the Big Smoke to be in such surroundings. Let’s take a look inside…
Jamie has a lot of outdoor space which is obviously a real luxury during lockdown. There is also a fair amount of seating, from garden furniture painted turquoise and a wooden bench with pink and white striped cushions that look like an old fashion sweet packet – this is perfect for Jamie who runs a confectionary business called Candy Kittens.
The kitchen is where the blond hunk and his girlfriend Habbs have been making cooking videos, and it is clearly very well equipped. It is decorated with white marble worktops as well as a ceramic splash-back. The space is very light and airy; the ideal setting for baking some banana bread because, well, everyone seems to be doing that at the moment.
The dining room
The Laing's dining room is very stylish, decorate with a kind of Scandi-chic aesthetic. The chairs are covered in faux-fur and there is lovely exposed beams in the ceiling as well lamps and vases scattered around the room.
The living room
From this angle we can better see the dining table layout and that it is open plan leading into the living room where there is cream-coloured arms chairs and sofas. The whole room is flooded with natural light owing to the floor to ceiling windows that run the length of the walls.
The bedroom is vast with a huge bed complete with a high beige headboard and matching patterned carpet. The beside table is made out of a block of wood, in keeping with the rustic countryside feel.
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