ULRIKA Jonsson gave her Instagram followers a glimpse of her impressive Instagram heap of countries, which looks like the perfect place to be entertained.
The Celebrity Big Brother alum, 51, lives in a beautiful Oxfordshire mansion with her two bulldogs Leo and Nessie and four children.
The Swedish-born star appears to have fully embraced an Old English style – with old-style furniture, Persian rugs, and plenty of artwork.
She often offers fans a look around the place on her social media as she shares a glimpse of her life with them.
Ulrika, who appeared on the celebrity episode of Big Brother in 2009 and won, even showed her followers inside her bedroom.
The bedroom features dark gray walls, luxurious gray bedding, and string lights on the walls.
She often lets the dogs sleep on her bed and the puppies also love spending time with her son Malcolm, especially when he has his guitar lessons.
The house has a large living room with wooden floors and a large red Persian carpet.
Many family photos adorn the walls, as well as large Buddha head statues around the place.
Ulrika’s kitchen is equally spacious and the star loves nothing more than cooking Swedish meals for her family.
There is a large dining room where she often receives her family and friends, especially at Christmas and Easter.
The outdoors and the family have a huge space, where Ulrika spends her free time gardening.
She also keeps a number of plants inside the house, showing off her green fingers.
Last year, the TV presenter opened up about her heartbreak and the trauma of her sexless marriage with publicity manager Brian Monet.
In a very honest article in The Sun, she wrote: “Almost two years ago, just before my 50th birthday, I remember thinking that maybe I should accept that I would never have sex again.
“The reason I thought it was because I hadn’t had sex for four and a half years. And the period before, was four years ago. I have lived in a sexless marriage for almost a decade.
“It didn’t feel right to me. It didn’t feel natural and like a part of my life was over.”
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