Inside Celebrity SAS star Ulrika Jonssons gorgeous countryside home with huge garden
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We can’t get enough of Ulrika Jonsson’s home with its antique furniture and spaciousness.
The 54 year old television presenter and model’s home is situated in beautiful Oxfordshire and contains an array of sweet personal touches.
The former Celebrity Big Brother contestant, who was born in Sweden, lives in the rustic abode with her two playful bulldogs Nessie and Lea, as well as her four children, Martha, Cameron, Bo and Malcolm.
And the stunning blonde star doesn’t shy away from sharing snaps of her sweet dogs and even posted a photo of one donning an adorable reindeer costume last Christmas.
As well as her sweet pooches, Ulrika, who is currently appearing on Celebrity SAS, also shares photos of her quirky interiors with her 169,000 Instagram followers.
Fans can catch glimpses of the mum-of-four’s super spacious garden with trees galore adding to the fairytale theme of the space.
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And on the topic of florals, it seems they seep into Ulrika’s bedroom, too, which has a stunning yellow, floral duvet and a vase of flowers resting on the bedside table.
Onto the kitchen, and it’s certainly another spacious room. Stools tuck under a grey island and spotlights dot across the ceiling.
The star also has a 10-seater dining table which looks like the perfect spot for hosting big, lazy brunches and candlelit dinners.
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It’s evident that a bright, airy theme runs throughout the home, and that the star is fond of yellows, greys and eclectic artwork.
Buddhas also make a big appearance around the model’s home, as do room-brightening vases filled with flowers.
In the lounge rests another wooden table with intimate detailing seen across the wood, and Ulrika is also clearly fond of a cosy vintage rug.
Ulrika bravely opened up on her marriage to ad exec Brian Monet in 2019, writing in an article in The Sun: “Nearly two years ago, just before my 50th birthday, I remember thinking I might have to just accept that I would never have sex ever again.
“The reason I thought this is because I had not had sex for four and half years. And the time before that was four years prior. I was living in a sexless marriage for nearly a decade.
"That just didn’t feel right. It felt unnatural and as if part of my life was over.”
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