Kelly Clarkson might have put both her Encino farmhouse and Tennessee mansion up for sale after confirming her split from Brandon Blackstock, but the star is yet to have listed her epic Montana ranch.
The Kelly Clarkson Show host previously gave fans an access-all-areas tour during an episode of the series as the family isolated there at the start of the coronavirus pandemic, and it is truly idyllic.
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WATCH: Kelly Clarkson shares tour inside epic Montana ranch
After showing off a beautiful wreath received as a Christmas gift from fellow The Voice judge Gwen Stefani, Kelly opened the door and said: "So this is our cabin, it's super cute and cosy."
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Kelly Clarkson's Montana ranch
The footage starts with a view of the main bed, dressed with apt bear-print cushions and a fluffy throw, a stainless-steel dining table with wooden chairs and black frames, and bunk beds for Kelly's children, Remi and River.
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Kelly Clarkson's children have bunk beds
"There's where Remi and River sleep," Kelly explained, before going on to show a third bunk on the opposite side for her stepson, 13-year-old Seth, while Kelly added that it could also be converted to make an additional bed for 18-year-old Savannah, though Kelly said that her stepdaughter "usually isn't with us".
Kelly has a framed photo of Dolly Parton
She then panned the camera around to show a mini kitchenette complete with a black fridge-freezer and sink unit, and a photo of Dolly Parton mounted upon one wall.
"There's Dolly," Kelly quipped. "'What's up Dolly?' Of course, we have Dolly in the cabin."
The fireplace at Kelly's ranch
The best bit, though, has to be the gorgeous rustic log fireplace positioned in one corner of the space, where there is an exposed brick surround on the walls and on the floor.
Kelly finished the video by concluding: "This is just our cabin that we hang out in, and there's games and puzzles, because my kids love puzzles. And that's it!"
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