Inside Millie Mackintosh’s gorgeous garden transformation at new London home

Millie Mackintosh has given a glimpse inside her gorgeous garden transformation at her new London home with husband Hugo Taylor.

The 32 year old, who was praised for her honesty by fans after she stopped breastfeeding, shared a look inside her stunning garden makeover at the beautiful home in the capital she shares with Hugo, 35, and their two daughters Aurelia, three months, and two year old Sienna.

Former Made in Chelsea star panned to the patio area which featured high white walls and provided the perfect blank canvas for the couple to put their stamp on.

The white brick wall features a stunning windowpane mirror to open up the space along with outdoor lighting to add a cosy warm glow.

Mum-of-two Millie has added two potted olive trees next to the mirror for a 'little piece of the Mediterranean' and to add a splash of green against the walls.

The space has been filled with a gorgeous £2,599.99 three-piece recliner set from Ruxley Manor which is able to be adjusted into a dining table from a coffee table.

To tie the colour scheme together, we can see that Millie has opted for a neutral waterproof rug and has a jug of fresh flowers on the table.

Millie appeared to be in her element as she relaxed in the Spring sunshine in her white tank top and jeans with her blonde locks loose over her shoulders.

Captioning the clip of the transformation to her 1.4million Instagram followers, she penned: "Now we’re settled in our new house, I’m looking ahead to the warmer months and am really excited to spend more time in our garden.

"I can’t wait to have our loved ones over for dinner and drinks and wanted the space to work for this whilst still suitable for two little ones.

"I love the rattan set from @ruxleymanor the height of the table is adjustable, its perfect for enjoying an afternoon cup of tea but can be dinner party ready super quickly!

She added: "The olive trees make me feel like we have a little piece of the Mediterranean in our garden. The patterned rug ties everything together and the neutrals compliment our kitchen.

"I’m stealing a few minutes here and there when the sun is shining to enjoy the space, but I cannot wait for sunnier days!"

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