Joey Essex has got a long list of repair works to sort out at his Essex home in the New Year.
The former The Only Way Is Essex star’s home was caught up in a storm this week and as a result, his jacuzzi and pool have been broken, he shared with fans on social media this week.
Joey, 31, also told of his upset at discovering that one of the palm trees in his back yard fell victim to the strong winds and was blown down after snapping in half.
In a video posted to his social media page, he gave fans a tour of the damage and listed the problems left by the bad weather.
He also shared a series of photos and wrote: “Lights broken, basketball net tipped over, jacuzzi flodded and to top it off palm tree snapped in half.”
Sad at the tree being wrecked, he added: “Merry xmas palm tree you meant so much to me.”
He continued: “2021 I won’t miss you. Tonight we will go out in style, I’m here for it, fully ready.”
Fans have been able to get a glimpse inside Joey’s swanky home – which he purchased at the age of 24 – when he appeared on MTV Cribs.
The plush pad not only has a pool but also a beach hut as well as a well-decked out “posh room”.
Joey’s “posh room” is is a living room kitted out with cream sofas, a flat-screen television and huge windows.
The master bedroom boasts a double bed and hotel-style decor.
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In the past, Joey explained why he put so much focus on his garden and told This Morning’s Eamon Holmes and Ruth Langsford that he wanted to feel like he was “on holiday” all the time while in his garden.
During the TV appearance, he said: “When I looked at the garden, I wanted to believe I was on holiday all the time.
“I built a beach club in my garden. To maintain that beach club is the hardest thing ever. I didn’t come from money, it is an achievement. I love the cushions, I love dressing stuff. You have to make it look unique and crisp.”
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