Perrie Edwards revealed a rare glimpse inside her beautiful home as she watched The Great British Bake Off on Tuesday evening, and her living room looked like the perfect spot for a relaxing night in.
The Little Mix singer shared a video on her Instagram Stories as she watched the Channel 4 show from the comfort of her sofa, showing her wall-mounted television above a flickering fireplace.
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"@britishbakeoff makes me so happy!" Perrie captioned the first clip, which also revealed a look at the books she has on her coffee table, including one by celebrity photographer Rankin.
WATCH: Perrie Edwards shared a rare glimpse inside her home
Perrie also shared a peek at the rest of her living room after revealing she was being distracted from the show by both her pet dog and her cousin Ellie, who she lives with. The room is decorated in a warm cream shade, with grey velvet sofas and roller blinds at the sash windows.
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The 27-year-old lives with her boyfriend Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and her cousin Ellie in a beautiful Hertfordshire home, which she shared several glimpses of as they isolated together during the coronavirus lockdown.
Perrie previously showcased her beautiful garden
In August, Perrie proudly showcased their garden after investing in new outdoor furniture, including a huge rattan sofa and glass-topped coffee table with a fire pit at the centre. She also revealed that they had bought a huge trampoline for their lawn to keep them entertained during their extra time at home.
Another post shared by the singer showed her jaw-dropping walk-in wardrobe, which includes an entire wall of floor-to-ceiling shelving dedicated to her footwear collection. The room looks to be where Perrie gets ready and takes some of her glamorous Instagram photos, as she has a ring light set up on a tripod next to the mirror.
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