Sam Faiers, her husband Paul Knightley and their two children, Paul and Rosie, moved from Hertfordshire to Surrey in April 2020 into a house worth £2.25million, which the couple are reportedly paying £7,000 per month to rent.
It boasts five bedrooms, each of which comes with their own en-suite bathroom, and Mummy Diaries star Sam has shared several photos from inside since living there. Take a look…
Sam Faiers' kitchen
The huge kitchen is designed with minimalist white cupboards with grey frames, and grey tiled flooring. There is also a central island, and spotlights and stainless steel appliances including an American-style fridge, toaster and kettle add to the contemporary aesthetic.
Another photo of Sam in the kitchen gave fans a better look at the island, which has grey marble side panels.
Sam Faiers' living room
The kitchen and dining area is open-plan alongside a living area, furnished with a large cloud-like white sofa.
The living space also has a skylight, and a flatscreen television built into one wall, above an electric glass-front fireplace.
Sam Faiers' daughter's bedroom
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Rosie has her own pink-themed bedroom, complete with an LED light that reads her name, and several toys. Sam also installed a pink Christmas tree for Rosie during the festive period, which they decorated together.
A different image revealed an off-white cot bed with a matching toy chest, and a pink dolls house.
Sam Faiers' son's bedroom
Sam's son Paul, meanwhile, has a treehouse style bed, complete with slide and ladder.
Sam Faiers' bedroom
Sam and Paul's bedroom is furnished with a king-sized bed with a brown suede button-back headboard and a silver mirrored frame. Two Perspex bedside tables are positioned at either side.
Sam Faiers' hallway
The same high-shine grey flooring seen in the kitchen area continues into the hallway, while there is also a glossy grey and gold console table, set beneath various family photos of the children as babies.
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