Helen Flanagan has shared a look around her new "forever" home after she moved in last August with Scott Sinclair and their three children Matilda, six, Delilah, three, and baby Charlie 11 months.
The 31-year-old former Coronation Street actress has set up an Instagram account which is dedicated to her stunning new home, in which they have been carrying out extensive renovations.
The actress has now given an insight into how the house is looking and fans were loving what they were seeing.
From the plush grey furnishings in the living room to the dedicated, Harry Potter themed playroom, Helen is certainly pleased with her new abode.
It had been a few months since Helen gave fans a look behind the front door but this time she also shared the video to her main account, so more people have the doors opened to where she is living.
One of the highlights of the house tour was the children's playroom, which was adorned with Harry Potter items, including a broom over the door and the ceiling painted into a starry night with letters from Hogwarts scattered across the sky.
Helen showed that she kept her kids' plentiful toys under some control with a huge boxed storage unit, which she credited a business called The Clutter Fairies for helping to install.
Captioning the video, Helen wrote: "So before we moved into our house Scott and I had always rented with his football and moving.
"Before I always had their toys in the living room so was lovely to have a play room. I worked with a company called The Clutter Fairies (north west based) to organise and declutter my home.
"It was great to declutter properly and get a lot to charity. We labeled the boxes so it was easy for me to tidy away and keep organised. A children’s play room is always going to be a bit chaotic and never perfectly organised but I think this gives some order."
Helen, who played Rosie Webster in the ITV soap, also showed off her living room and her luscious looking grey sofas, which she said had recently been reupholstered.
The grey sofas were accompanied by matching grey curtains, blinds and cushions.
When she moved in August, Helen admitted that she was overwhelmed by anxiety when she moved into her house, which had reduced her to tears.
The first week they were there, the family was struck by a sickness bug and then the amount of unpacked boxes became an issue for Helen as she couldn't see a way forward with the unpacking.
She said on Instagram at the time: "I'm trying to get on top of the house. I've actually moved house recently which is exciting but it has been stressful.
"I haven't shared it on my social media. I don't know. It might sound really silly to a lot of people but sometimes sharing some things on Instagram makes me feel a bit anxious.
"Anyway we've been moving house the last few weeks really and I'm not going to lie. I do feel a bit overwhelmed.
"Every single room is like towers of boxes and I can't find anything and organisation is not my strong point.
"So yeah any tips on organisation or when you've moved house on how to basically just get it together. I feel like I just don't even know where to start really."
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