Gemma Collins has revealed she has the keys to her new ‘dream home’ following a difficult few months with her parents catching coronavirus.
The GC, 39, shared a photo of three bottles of champagne and a bottle of Whispering Angel rose wine on the table, next to two cards and the keys to her new house.
She told her followers: ‘It’s been a very tough couple of months but some good news today to share I finally got my dream home and now have my keys #newchapter.
‘I don’t have a clue how I’m going to style it yet but it’s going to be fabulous as soon as my dad is home from hospital and he sees it then my heart will be full and I can get cracking.’
The Towie star had also spoken about her new place on The Gemma Collins Podcast, revealing that her dad had viewed the house before he ended up in hospital and had loved it.
She revealed: ‘When I took my dad to see the house he absolutely loved it. I told him in the hospital dad the house has all gone through and I just see lights in his eyes. I am so excited about it.
‘All in all it has been a positive, positive week for me.’
Gemma added that her dad has been improving after being in hospital with coronavirus for several weeks, and should be coming out very soon.
She revealed: ‘I have had such a distressing time due to both my parents having Covid, I finally got a call from the doctor to say that my dad has been keeping really stable. And he is coming down off of his breathing masks.
‘We’re hoping to have him home with us next week. We have all known about the Covid, we’ve all been very aware of it but when it happens so close and within your family it literally tears you apart.’
She added that the family had had to discuss what would happen if her dad was to die of the deadly virus when he was at his worst.
Gemma added: ‘Our house is not the same without my dad and it has been such a scary time because we just haven’t known how he was going to be and if he was going to make it.
‘There were moments where we all had to have the chat about, you know, what if dad doesn’t pull through?’
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