Jonnie Irwin confessed on Thursday that he’s been so preoccupied with house improvement options that he’s suffering from “decision fatigue.”
The A Place In The Sun singer, 49, stunned fans last month when he revealed he’s undergoing a massive refurbishment in the wake of his terminal cancer diagnosis.
Sharing a new update, the doting dad-of-three filmed himself outside his home this week in a video captioned: ‘Decisions decisions…#renovation.’
Many of his 214,000 fans rushed to voice their support for the TV personality, telling him that his restoration project looked fantastic.
He said in his new video: ‘Quick update on the project. That poor loo is sticking.’
Jonnie went on: ‘The portico is massive, really taking shape. The cladding is also on – I’m loving that big open window.
View this post on Instagram
‘It will make all the difference to the design.
‘You’ve noticed the cladding, we wanted cladding but I didn’t wanna pretend it wasn’t a 1960s building, but if you take a step back, that there is a window.’
He then quipped: ‘The builders are going to love me, but I think it needs to be full height or it looks a bit half-arsed.
‘So that’s a conversation I’m gonna have to have, they seem quite open to it at the moment.’
The presenter also shared: ‘This is going to be all solid wood but it’s gonna have a doorway in it. I’m quite pleased with that design.
‘I’m getting decision fatigue at the moment but it’s exciting now, things are going up instead of getting ripped off, it’s all very positive .’
Fans were quick to rave about the building progress, with one person writing: ‘The house is beautiful you should be proud!’
Someone else echoed: ‘It’s all coming on a treat Jonnie.’
Other kind messages included: ‘Making good progress’ and ‘Looks fantastic.’
In other news, Jonnie has been fully committed to his three children since learning of his cancer diagnosis in November.
Jonnie explained that his lung cancer had gone to his brain and was dying, but he is determined to build as many memories as possible with his young family.
His three young sons are shared by him and his wife, Jessica Holmes.