GOOD Morning Britain presenter Charlotte Hawkins has given an insight into her incredible home.
The 45-year-old newsreader shares her beautiful Surrey pad with her husband Mark Herbett and their five-year-old daughter Ella Rose.
The Classic FM presenter has given a sneak peek into what life is like behind closed doors with her regular Instagram posts.
Her living room has a simple interior with plain light green walls and lavish wooden flooring.
The space boasts a grey coloured velvet sofa and matching cushions that have bees embroidered onto them.
It also has some stunning family pictures placed in the corner of the room, which are placed next to some fresh flowers and a silver rabbit statue.
Their gorgeous kitchen has a similar vibe to the living space.
It features stunning white tiles and matching cupboards, which look great contrasted against the wooden work surfaces.
Moving outside, the garden is the perfect backdrop for one of her Instagram shots.
It has plenty of stunning greenery, a stone hut and she even has her very own leafy patch to grow her own fruit and vegetables.
Charlotte has the perfect space to create loads of fond memories with husband of 12 years, Mark and their daughter Ella.
The telly presenter tied the knot on 23 August 2008 at Chichester Cathedral after spending five years together.
Six years later, she announced the happy news that she was expecting her first child and in February 2015, she welcomed her baby girl into the world.
The mum-of-one has had an extremely successful career from when she landed her first broadcasting role with ITN in 1999.
After three years at ITV Meridian, from 2006 to 2014 she joined Sky News, where she presented Sunrise with Eamonn Holmes.
In 2014 she was confirmed as a presenter for ITV’s Breakfast show Good Morning Britain alongside Ben Shepard, Sean Fletcher and Susanna Reid.
Two years ago she landed her own role as a presenter on her own Classic FM music show which aired every Sunday from 3-5pm.
This year Charlotte was given the role of presenting the first 30 minutes of Good Morning Britain.