LOVE Island’s Millie Court has given fans a peek into her and Liam Reardon’s bedroom and shown off their huge new bed.
这位 24 岁的 took to Instagram to reveal she’d partnered with a bed company and created one named after herself.
Posting some snaps of it, including one of her and Liam cuddling up on the giant mattress, Millie said: “Introducing you the COURT bed in collaboration with @theluxurybedcompany.”
她补充说: “You guys know how much I’ve been enjoying this interior life. It’s been so fun kitting out our very first home together and one project we worked on recently was designing our very own bed.
“We worked with the @theluxurybedcompany to create this style bed. We saw this shape on the website but we really liked the detailing of the headboards on the Sensatori bed so we combined the two together and then picked out the colour and fabric from some swatches.
” I can’t tell you how happy we are with the outcome, and the mattress is possibly the best mattress I’ve EVER slept on. I sleep like a baby.”
Love Island winners Millie and Liam moved into their Essex home last month and they’ve been keeping fans up to date with their renovations.
Shortly after the moved in, Millie revealed she and Liam were having a cinema room installed.
Sharing a snap of work starting, 她写了: “We had the guys over from @theluxurybedcompany to measure up for our new bed and sofa for the cinema room.
“I cannot actually contain my excitement for this one and I can’t wait for you guys to see the end result!!! Eeeeek.”
It seems things just keep getting better and better for Millie, after The Sun revealed shehad achieved the ultimate career glow up by bagging a big money deal to become the face of ASOS – the brand she used to work for as a buyer’s assistant. The move is set to make her a multi-millionaire.
一位消息人士说: “米莉 has taken her time to have the pick of the deals offered to her after winning the show.
“She’s delighted to have signed with ASOS and can’t wait to get going. She’ll become the global face of the brand and is going to make a fortune from doing so. It’s win win for everyone.”