Inside Kelly Brook's garden: Holly Willoughby stunned at beautiful country pad
Kelly Brook’s absolutely stunning countryside house left Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield green with envy over her garden.
Phillip compared her Kent house to ‘something out of Hansel and Gretel’ as Kelly opened the gates to the 15th century farmhouse to give her gardening tips.
Model Kelly guided This Morning viewers around the eight-acres of land surrounding the beautiful house with segmented areas including vegetable patches, a pear orchard, a rose garden and a meadow.
‘This is my favourite time of year, because I get to enjoy a warm sunny days working in my garden and admiring the different blooms and colours as summer gets into full swing,’ she said.
‘Ever since I was young, I’ve always loved being outside. But it wasn’t until I had my own garden that I really became a passionate gardener.’
As she showed off her tree swing, normal swing, park and seating areas, Kelly explained how to make birdfeeder cakes for those who want to attract more wildlife to their home.
Basically, it looks every inch the gorgeous country escape and we are obsessed with at the sneak peek at her glorious outdoor space.
‘When I first moved into this property, this wild woodland area was completely overgrown. It was absolutely full of brambles,’ she said of one area that was now high with meadowland.
‘I went in and I scrapped out all the brambles, and I started to throw in wildflower meadow seed.’
‘I have to say on my days off. This really is my happy place,’ she added.
‘I think that might be the most beautiful house and garden I’ve ever seen,’ Holly said, amazed. ‘It’s beautiful. Kelly, it’s beautiful. Well done.’
Phillip agreed and said: ‘It’s like Hansel and Gretel’.
Kelly has been living in the Kent house for the past 10 years, using her time off to help build the garden up from scratch.
Currently with boyfriend Jeremy Parisi, who lives in France, the couple split their time between the two countries.
This Morning airs weekdays from 10am on ITV.
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