Inside Loose Women star Coleen Nolan's incredible home as she puts up HUGE Christmas tree

COLEEN Nolan gave fans a peek inside her incredible home as she showed off a huge Christmas tree.

The Loose Women star's beautiful tree took up most of the large window in her open plan kitchen and dining area – and her friends and followers were seriously impressed!

Former Loose Woman Saira Khan wrote: "Bloody early girl – but it looks fantastic." Andrea McLean added: "Ohhh I have tree envy!" And Christine Lampard commented: "I just LOVE your tree."

But Coleen's tree isn't the only impressive thing about her home. The 54-year-old often shares snaps taken at the gorgeous farmhouse in Cheshire, which she bought during lockdown after her divorce from second husband Ray Fensome in 2018.

Coleen's cosy living room has not one but two seating areas. In a snap to show off her new huge L-shaped sofa with plenty of scatter cushions, another sofa in front of a coffee table could be seen in the background.

The white walls and exposed wooden beams are a running theme in the property, and Coleen's dining area is the perfect place for entertaining – as she proved with a photo of it after her kids, Shane Jr, Jake and Ciara, had transformed it for her birthday.

Clearly overwhelmed at the time, Coleen shared a snap and said: "So I came downstairs to this this morning.

"I can’t tell you how emotional I felt reading all the cards on the balloons from family and friends! I loved my presents so much! More importantly I love my kids."

And Coleen's home also has a lot of outdoor space, with decking and a sprawling green area – perfect for all of her animals.

Opening up about the challenge of moving during the pandemic, Coleen said: "We had to do it while we were social distancing, so it took three cars and a really small van, it took 12 and a half hours for us to move 20 minutes up the road. With 15 animals."

Coleen sold the five-bedroom home in Wimslow that she previously shared with Ray at the beginning of the year for £800,000, after the bought it in 2008 for a reported £740,000.

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