Inside Davina McCall’s lavish home she shares with her children after divorce

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Last year, Davina McCall moved into a new house in Kent home after selling the family home she shared with ex-husband Matthew Robertson.

The 53-year-old Big Brother host, who reportedly made the move out of their six-bedroom £6.25million, and is now staying in the south of England alongside her children.

She is currently renting because she is building a new home from scratch. She told Woman & Home: "I'm building a house! My kids and I have been renting and we were trying to find a plot of land. So we're doing it together. [It] is going to be super stressful, but really fun."

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But while we await the finished product, take a peek inside Davina's current home which is absolutely stunning with enviable interiors, and luxury furnishings.

Let's take a look inside…

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During a TV appearance last year the star afforded fans a peek inside her stylish living room.

Sat on a cream throw covered couch, a glamorous looking Davina surrounded herself with big patterned cushions while in the background a dark chest of drawers was pushed against the wall and a stunning cream orchid stood on a table.

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Davina also appeared on This Morning live from inside her home to talk about Big Brother best bits and viewers caught a look at her back garden.

Visible behind the mum of three was fountain in the centre of the patio on top of a grate, which opened up from her kitchen with large white doors.

There's also a fence and hedge that appears to shade Davina from her neighbours, especially when she's working out with her personal trainer pal Sarah.

Davina lives with her teenaged daughters Molly and Tilly, as well as her son Chester, who she shares with her ex husband Matthew Robertson.

On YouTube the star also gave a peek inside her massive and very luxurious kitchen, which feature wall-to-ceiling cream cabinets and a large chrome fridge.



On YouTube the star also gave a peek inside her massive and very luxurious kitchen, which feature wall-to-ceiling cream cabinets.

There are also gorgeous wooden floors and a high marble kitchen island, which is surrounded by stylish tartan chairs.

There is also a large chrome fridge, which no doubt is full of healthy snacks.


The bedroom is also vast with a large brown leather bed, which high bed frame, and crisp white sheets.

The room has lots of natural light from windows complete with white wooden blinds, and there is a black desk with matching lamps atop.

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Davina is now in a relationship with hairdresser Michael Douglas and opened up to OK! magazine about how they are staying connected despite being apart in lockdown.

Michael and Davina host a podcast, named Making The Cut, together and when asked if they are still doing the podcast, Davina told us: “The last one we recorded together was the night Boris announced we were in lockdown. Now we’re in different households, so we’re trying new things like recording together on Zoom.

“We’ll do a video podcast together and also an Instagram Live. It’s funny because Michael and I struggle to talk when we’re on the phone now because we try to save everything for our podcast!”

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