Christmas has come early for Kelly Brook, who revealed on Monday that she'd already put up her tree.
Taking to Instagram, the star shared a fabulous photo of herself holding up a mince pie to the camera, and in the background of her snap, a beautifully decorated tree was visible.
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Featuring twinkly fairy lights, festive white streams and giant red bows, we have to admit that Kelly's picture left us contemplating an early purchase.
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The Heart Radio star captioned her post: "Boris made me do it," and while many of her followers loved that she'd gotten into the Christmas spirit early, others weren't so sure.
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Kelly showed off her tree on Instagram
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"Lovely!" gushed one social media user.
"Yes girl!" added another, with a third sweetly saying: "Beautiful."
Others were a little sceptical. "No Kelly. Just no," one of Kelly's followers commented.
"No way is the tree up already?" asked another, with a third declaring: "Wayyy too early."
It's not the first time this week that the model has given us a glimpse into her beautiful home.
Kelly has some beautiful artwork in her kitchen
On Friday, she showed off some eye-popping artwork that she hung in her kitchen whilst filming herself rustling up a tasty dinner.
As she cooked up a storm, Kelly told the camera: "So I've just made the Vibrant Chicken from the Food not Fomo Slim Fast book, and this is going to be our dinner tonight."
Hanging next to Kelly's fridge, a beautiful carving that wouldn't look out of place at the Vatican could be seen.
The artwork appeared to show a religious figure, and the large, decadent piece is really something.
Kelly lives in a £3million home in London with her boyfriend Jeremy Parisi, and the pair also share a stunning countryside home in Kent.
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