Charlotte Crosby has given a sneak peek inside her swanky house as part of her new reality series which has already proven to be a huge hit with fans.
The former Geordie Shore star, 32, is starring in new BBC series Charlotte In Sunderland, which follows Charlotte's life as she runs her businesses and prepares to welcome daughter Alba Jean with boyfriend Jake Ankers. Announcing the series last month, Charlotte teased: "In 2022 I let the cameras follow my life for one whole year - what unfolded I couldn't have predicted or prepared myself for. Last year changed me as a person."
Charlotte gave fans a look around her so-called 'Crosby Manor' to mark the arrival of the new series, admitting that things were "a little bit messy" as she led the cameras around on a tour. The impressive house includes an indoor pool, as well as a bar and games room which is home to a pool table and dartboard.
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There was one more unusual addition to the house for February, however - a Christmas tree. "It's still Christmas here," Charlotte announced. "I am meant to take this tree down, but... I can't be bothered."
Charlotte even showed off the contents of her fridge - but was unimpressed by its healthy contents. Showing off a jar of sea moss, which is touted as being good for the likes of your cardiovascular and digestive health, the star was unable to swallow a spoonful without gagging.
Fans were left in stitches by Charlotte's antics as they praised the star for her down-to-earth nature. "She's always been iconic," one person commented after the clip was posted on BBC Three's Instagram page.
Another asked: "Who doesn't love Charlotte?"
Meanwhile, viewers said that they are already loving Charlotte In Sunderland. "Already hooked," one fan wrote.
Someone else said: "Watched Charlotte in Sunderland and it was absolutely class. Cannot wait to see more."
"Can't wait to watch this," another commented. The third episode of the series comes out on Wednesday at 10pm on BBC Three, and the first two are available to watch now on BBC iPlayer.
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