Celebrity Dining: Inside Brendan Cole’s Aylesbury home: Star’s abode boasts modern interiors and a walk-in wardrobe

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Celebrity Dining: Inside Brendan Cole’s Aylesbury home: Star’s abode boasts modern interiors and a walk-in wardrobe

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Celebrity Dining: Inside Brendan Cole’s Aylesbury home: X Factor: Celebrity star’s family abode boasts modern interiors, a walk-in wardrobe and a perfect garden for the kids

By Rianne Addo For Mailonline

Published: 15:25 EDT, 16 October 2019 | Updated: 15:33 EDT, 16 October 2019

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He recently reemerged on the showbiz scene as he made his singing debut with Jeremy Edwards on X Factor: Celebrity, two years on from his Strictly Come Dancing stint.

And Brendan Cole has given fans a glimpse into the home he shares with wife Zoe Hobbs and their children Aurelia, six, and Dante, 19 months, in a series of pictures on his Instagram account.

Known for his outspoken persona, the 43-year-old ballroom pro’s home surprisingly boasts minimalist interiors, teamed with a walk-in wardrobe and a perfect garden for the kids. 

Sneak peek: Brendan Cole has given fans a glimpse into the home he shares with wife Zoe Hobbs and their children Aurelia, six, and Dante, 19 months, in a series of pictures on his Instagram account

Proving less is certainly more, the New Zealand dancer’s living room follows an sleek all-white theme, complete with oak wardrobes, a state-of-the-art fireplace and floral centrepieces. 

The media personality’s kitchen maintains the home’s modern appearance, featuring stainless steel appliances, rose gold fixtures and half moon-inspired shades. 

Ideal for perfect nights in, the X Factor contestant’s dining room – where he enjoys meals with his nearest and dearest after long days at work – is designed with a massive wooden table, sturdy navy armchairs and a sparkly gold chandelier.

The reality star’s home was structured with his model partner in mind as a walk-in wardrobe serves as one of the house’s stand-out features. Their children are also treated to access to a massive playground as their garden boasts an incredible trampoline.

Known for his outspoken persona, the 43-year-old ballroom pro’s home surprisingly boasts minimalist interiors, teamed with a walk-in wardrobe and a perfect garden for the kids (pictured with wife Zoe in July)

Close look: Proving less is certainly more, the New Zealand dancer’s living room follows an sleek all-white theme, complete with oak wardrobes, a state-of-the-art fireplace and floral centrepieces

Bright: The media personality’s kitchen maintains the home’s modern appearance, featuring stainless steel appliances, rose gold fixtures and half moon-inspired shades

Meanwhile, Brendan recently accused Strictly Come Dancing of copying ideas from his stage show after watching Saturday edition of the show.

The dancer suggested the programme had ‘ripped off’ his ideas after Anton du Beke and Emma Barton danced to a song from his show. Brendan, who was axed from the popular dance show last year, poked fun at Strictly on social media following the duo’s waltz to Send in the Clowns.

Hours after the show aired, the former Dancing with the Stars judge posted a clip of a routine to the same song from his show, Show Man, and penned alongside the video: ‘I’m thinking my ideas are being lifted? Strictly.’ 

The post included a link to a website where his followers could watch his version of the dance. Strictly Come Dancing declined to comment at the time of publication.  

Vibrant: Ideal for perfect nights in, the X Factor contestant’s dining room – where he enjoys meals with his nearest and dearest after long days at work – is designed with a massive wooden table, sturdy navy armchairs and a sparkly gold chandelier

Fancy: The reality star’s home was structured with his model partner in mind as a walk-in wardrobe serves as one of the house’s stand-out features

Wow-factor! Their children are also treated to access to a massive playground as their garden boasts an incredible trampoline

His accusation comes after he said his Strictly reputation of being difficult to work with ‘hurt me to the bone’.  Brendan, who starred on the BBC show for the first 15 series, reflected on his exit as he made his debut with Jeremy Edwards on Celebrity X Factor last week.  

Speaking to The Mirror, Brendan said: ‘One of the saddest things about leaving Strictly was a report claiming the production staff found me hard to work with, that hurt me to the bone. 

‘Generally speaking I have a very good relationship with them and I would always make sure they were OK, I recognise what they do they work harder than anyone so that was a kick in the teeth.  

Brendan continued: ‘I may have fallen out with a couple partners or had a go at someone for doing the wrong thing but I’ve never asked anyone for a coffee’. The New Zealand dancer added he was ‘far from a diva’ but admitted he has ‘spent a lot of time as a character’.  

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