Chris Ramsey's wife Rosie shares sneak peek inside new Northumberland home
Podcaster and author Rosie Ramsey has shared her creative flair as she treats followers to a look inside her and South Shields comedian Chris Ramsey’s new home in Northumberland.
The podcaster shared creative pictures of her new sideboard and growing wisteria plant as well as local walking spots to her 801K followers on Instagram following the announcement that the family would be moving in March.
The South Shields stars have recently moved from their home town with their two sons to the stunning six bed house in Northumberland.
Rosie celebrated the arrival of a her new sideboard posting on Instagram: 'happy new sideboard day to me,' before adding a number of lamps to the new piece of furniture.
The mam-of-two shared another photo over the weekend of a bookshelf writing: "When you’re a kindle reader, but you buy a house with a crazy amount of bookshelves…. You gotta improvise.”
One fan suggested that the author should visit Barter Books in Alnwick, adding that it’s a “great place to visit.”
Rosie, who co-hosts the award-winning podcast S*****d Married Annoyed with comedian husband Chris also announced the safe arrival of their baby son Rafe in January.
Taking to Instagram back in March, Rosie said: “So..... We’ve moved house!!!!...With a new born baby, during a pandemic. Would. Not. Recommend.* BUT... We’re in, and we’re buzzing.”
"Terrible timing but our dream house came up and we couldn't resist. It’s ridiculous. But a house came up and we couldn't resist. I've wanted to move for years and we thought if we don't do it now when will we do it.
"I'm a massive believer in fate and if something's meant to be it's meant to be. It was the worst timing ever but we were so lucky. We had one viewing on our last house and it sold. All in all, we're really chuffed."
The pair released a hilarious video, yesterday when they visited an Amazon fulfilment centre to help pack orders for small business, Dock & Bay, before heading out in a delivery van to drop off orders to surprised customers.