Dancing on Ice star Brendan Cole has given a glimpse inside his stunning Aylesbury home that he shares with wife Zoe Hobbs.
The former Strictly Come Dancing professional, who was rushed to hospital during training for the ITV show after suffering concussion, has shared a peek inside the sprawling home that he also shares with daughter Aurelia, nine, and three year old son Dante.
The New Zealand native, 45, has a country home with rustic features and it is the perfect place to relax when he is not performing on Dancing on Ice which is set to return on Sunday 16 January.
Brendan has shared a snap of the living area which features a brick open fireplace and colourful rug that gives the ultimate cosy vibes.
The professional dancer can be seen with his feet up in the snap as he relaxes in front of the log fire in the snap to his 88,600 Instagram followers.
Zoe also captured two fun snaps on Christmas Day, captioned: "How it started vs how it ended."
The loved-up pair were seen posing in front of the exposed beam walls before passionatley kissing on the staircase in the home which has a gorgeous stained-glass window.
We can also see that Brendan is not only a great dancer but he is also a dab hand at DIY as he was seen assembling a huge walk-in wardrobe.
The closet features dresses, jackets and tutus and works as a great storage space for his wife and children to store their clothes.
Taking a closer in their bedroom, Zoe, who tied the knot with Brendan in 2010, has captured a gorgeous dark wooden cabinet which she has accessorised with a huge jug of eucalyptus.
We can also see pretty candlesticks along with a huge round mirror on the wall to add the illusion of more space in the master bedroom.
Meanwhile the garden is the perfect place for the children to play and Brendan revealed that he built he huge trampoline himself.
Elsewhere the family-of-four have a vegetable patch to grow their own and hedgerows around the perimeter of the garden offer plenty of privacy.
It comes after Brendan was rushed to hospital during training for the ITV show after the dancer suffered concussion and described how he received treatment in A and E following the nasty fall.
Brendan described how he 'took [his] mind' off the ice 'for a second' which was the last thing he could remember.
Speaking to the Daily Star, he said: “I was taken to hospital and ended up with a concussion. When I realised what had happened, I was horrified."
He continued: "The moment you switch off, you make silly mistakes. It has been a great learning curve.
“It made me think, ‘Don’t do that again, as this is really dangerous’. The other day I was on the ice and had 20 minutes left of my training session, but I knew I was running out of steam and could start making mistakes."
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