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Inside Katie Price's 14-bedroom Mucky Mansion as she vows to make it a 'happy home' after vandalism

Katie Price has shared a glimpse inside her Mucky Mansion after the first episode of her new Channel 4 series aired on Wednesday 26 January. The 43 year old, who has created an OnlyFans account in a bid to 'take back control' of her content, gave an overview of her 8,000 square foot 14-bedroom and three-storey mansion in rural Sussex. Katie, whose home has been subject to headlines over the years, from fly-tipping to building work disasters, also has ten acres of land which includes a swimming pool, stables and tennis courts.The mum of five has a huge open-plan kitchen and dining area which is of high priority on her list because it acts as the 'hub' of the house.

Get exclusive celebrity stories and fabulous photoshoots straight to your inbox with OK!'s daily newsletter. You can sign up at the top of the page. Katie revealed: "This room is really important.

It is the hub of the house.This is where everyone comes when they come in the house, everyone comes in here. "In here I have got to have the kitchen, the sofa, a telly, and somewhere to eat. But the way I am now designing it in my head, it will have all that here and it will still look open plan.

Not cluttered! I do not want a house cluttered." Katie shared plans for her 'sociable' island in the centre of the room which will be flooded with natural light from the huge bay window that overlooks the sprawling garden. The brunette beauty also shared a peek inside her hallway which is currently decorated with dark wooden features and white walls. Katie enlisted the help of an expert to sand blast the dark wood back to the original light oak in order to create a light and airy space for the family.

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Katie Price has shared a glimpse inside her Mucky Mansion after the first episode of her new Channel 4 series aired on Wednesday 26 January. The 43 year old, who has created an OnlyFans account in a bid to 'take back control' of her content, gave an overview of her 8,000 square foot 14-bedroom and three-storey mansion in rural Sussex. Katie, whose home has been subject to headlines over the years, from fly-tipping to building work disasters, also has ten acres of land which includes a swimming pool, stables and tennis courts.The mum of five has a huge open-plan kitchen and dining area which is of high priority on her list because it acts as the 'hub' of the house.
A man sits on the edge of an infinity pool contemplating his existence in Michel Franco’s “ Sundown.” It’s one of many such ennui-laden images, though the settings get less luxurious as we go along on this strange journey with Neil, a man who decides to drop out of his own life suddenly and with no explanation.Tim Roth, in a quiet and intentionally inscrutable turn, plays Neil who is vacationing with family members, Alice (Charlotte Gainsbourg) and teenagers Colin (Samuel Bottomley) and Alexa (Albertine Kotting McMillan) at a tastefully extravagant resort near Acapulco. Fans of the beautiful, unhappy families on holiday in “The White Lotus” may find “Sundown” a natural companion to that, at least at the start. Polite hotel workers shuffle in and out of their palatial suite that includes a private infinity pool, ocean view and in-room massages.

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