Inside Chloe Madeley and James Haskell’s lavish family home with HUGE modern kitchen and a bathroom ‘dreams are made of’ as they settle into life with baby daughter Bodhi
They welcomed daughter Bodhi last August.
And Chloe Madeley took to Instagram on Monday to show off her lavish family home after she and husband James Haskell, 37, recently renovated the London property.
The personal trainer, 35 who is the daughter of television presenters and former This Morning hosts Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan, shared with her followers a full tour as she filmed herself moving from room to room.
Entering through the front door Chloe showed the spacious hall with airy white walls and a gorgeous parquet floor with bags of original features.
She then moved into the large living before explaining that work was still to be done and she would soon be splashing out on new sofas.
Family: Chloe Madeley took to Instagram on Monday to show off her lavish family home after she and husband James Haskell, 37, as they settle into life with baby daughter Bodhi
Lavish: The personal trainer, who is the daughter of television presenters and former This Morning hosts Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan, shared with her followers a full tour as she filmed herself moving from room to room
Wow: She branded their en-suite a bathroom ‘dreams were made of’
Baby Bodhi watched her mum as she then offered a glimpse the ‘tiny’ downstairs bathroom which had been painted burgundy with gold accessories.
Chloe joked that guests dislike the room due it’s lack of windows and she had been forced to use ailfresherns and diffusers in a bid to avoid unpleasant odours.
Jaws then dropped when she moved to showcase the huge modern kitchen with gleaming white cabinets and marble workspace.
The dining table, complete with quirky chairs, sat in an incredible extension with modern chandelier and room for eight.
Upstairs Chloe gave a tour of baby Bodhi’s room as well as her’s and James’ boudoir with mint green cabinets and an enormous bed.
Finally she showed off the couple’s ensuite which she described as a bathroom ‘dreams were made of’.
The lavish wet room had a gold shower and marble cabinets with art deco style accessories and fluffy robes hanging on the wall.
She captioned the clip: ‘@Homehaskell update’.
Huge! The dining table, complete with quirky chairs, sat in an incredible extension with modern chandelier and room for eight
Comfy: Upstairs Chloe gave a tour of baby Bodhi’s room as well as her’s and James’ boudoir with mint green cabinets and an enormous bed
Update: She captioned the clip: ‘@Homehaskell update’
Last month Chloe aired her frustrations in an Instagram post after she shared a picture of her daughter sitting on James’s lap in the back of a car.
In the exchange, Chloe was asked: ‘Why isn’t your child in a car seat?! How irresponsible,’ to which the fitness influencer replied: ‘Because it’s a taxi, look it up.’
Yet the follower exclaimed: ‘Taxi or not – shame on you,’ prompting Chloe to respond: ‘Understanding the law is not your forte. Do you think you’re more informed than the law?
‘How dare you insinuate that because we’re in a 10 minute taxi ride where legally our child under the age of 3 sits on our lap, that I’m a bad mother. You are the worst of us women. Go away. Get a grip. Get a life.’
The law states that in taxis and minicabs children can travel without a car seat if the driver doesn’t provide a correct one.
Children must travel on a rear seat and without a seat belt if they’re under the age of three and with one if they’re older.
It is not the first time Chloe has had to defend the couple’s parenting decisions for Bodhi.
Fuming: Chloe Madeley was left ‘shocked and disgusted’ after rowing with a mum-shamer over car seats last month
Chloe jumped to husband James’ defence after he was trolled following an interview where she said she went back to work eight weeks after the birth of her daughter Bodhi.
The personal trainer defended her family after she told The Mirror that she headed back to work two months after giving birth, admitting it was a ‘pride’ thing not to rely on James to be the breadwinner.
She said: ‘James obviously makes a great income and he’s my partner and that’s fantastic, but we don’t have a joint account. We’ve always had separate accounts and I think that’s a bit of a pride thing with me.’
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