Ferne McCann has given her living room a festive transformation just in time for Christmas.
The First Time Mum star has purchased a plush new L-shaped sofa for her open plan kitchen and living space, and took to Instagram to share the XX with her 2.9million Instagram followers.
Captioning a video of the enormous couch, which featured cute clips of daughters Sunday and Finty enjoying the new addition to their Essex home, she said:
"A Christmas sofa upgrade from @cheshireluxehome.
"Ok guys it was time to upgrade my sofa as I’ve only ever had one sofa since moving out of my mums. My old sofa held a lot of memories…I even gave birth to Finty on the sofa. It was sentimental but it was time for a refresh.
"Our front room is such a big space I wanted something that could fill the whole room. We went for the Cloud Modular sofa In Mocha and I’m so happy with it.
Adding discount details for her followers, Ferne wrote: "I have a discount code FERNE20 to receive 20% off. & all the accessories will be linked to my LTK shop soon."
In the clip, the former TOWIE star could be seen dressing her new sofa with throws and chopping cushions, before adding some festive touches to her coffee table, including miniature Christmas tree decorations.
Ferne's festive home makeover comes after she controversially revealed she has a pre-breakfast gift ban in her house.
The children, including her six-year-old daughter Sunday, can only open their gifts once they've all had breakfast together.
Ferne has teamed up with One4all Gift Cards to chat about traditions old and new. She revealed: "The funny thing about Christmas is you don’t realise how unique everyone’s celebrations are until you become a blended family and you find yourselves having to decide which childhood traditions you want to carry on keeping the magic alive.
"We’ve got this one rule we always stick to – no opening presents until after breakfast. It builds up the excitement, and, trust me, it's worth the wait just to see the kids light up knowing Santa got their letter in the post."
But the subject matter of when is the right time to open presents on Christmas morning is a huge debate with many strangers online disagreeing with Fern's choice.
Online trolls have previously blasted parents who make the same decision as Ferne, and argue that it's "not fair". One thread on Reddit sees users around the world debate the 'right time' to open presents.
One user shared: "Late morning for me but first thing for my kids. Anyone making children wait until the afternoon is just cruel."
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