Claudia Winkleman showed off her lovely home in a new video on Wednesday. Taking to Instagram, the Strictly co-host uploaded a clip which saw her talking to the camera as she sat at a table, signing inserts for her new book Quite, which will be out in October.
The star was sitting in a gorgeous booth, which had a long red and white striped seat and a wide windowsill behind her, on which a large plant was placed.
Through the window, lush green foliage could be spotted. The 48-year-old wore a black sweater and brushed her signature long fringe out of her eyes – and despite how she started her video, she looked as glamorous as ever!
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She said: "Hello, it's Claud here, sorry I look disgusting. I'm signing for Waterstones, I just want to say thank you very much Waterstones, you're so lovely to take these from me." The mum-of-three went on: "The book is slightly more substantial than a piece of paper, I'm signing the inside bits if that makes any sense. But thank you Waterstones and I'd like to offer you these Danish pastries."
Claudia shares her London home with husband Kris and their children
Claudia then held out a bowl filled with pastries. She captioned the video: "Thank you so so much @waterstones. When we finally meet I'll bring new buns. You can order Quite if you follow the link in my bio (no, no idea what that means either) #Quite #waterstones."
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The star's first book is an essay collection that, according to the description, will celebrate "friendship, family, the power of art, and the little things that help us get through the day". Sounds intriguing – and a stylish house in London certainly can't hurt!
Claudia shares her home in the capital with her family: film producer husband Kris Thykier and their children Jake, 17, Matilda, 14, and Arthur, nine.
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