Charlotte Crosby set to move back into stunning Houghton mansion

Sunderland-born Charlotte Crosby broke down in tears when she found out she’d be moving back into her Primrose Hill house.

Tuesday, 25th August 2020, 3:08 pm
Updated Wednesday, 26th August 2020, 11:01 am

The reality TV star says she broke down in tears when she heard the news that she was able to move back into her Bournmoor home – which she put up to rent for £50,000 a year in August 2019.

Posting the news and her first visit back to the home on her Youtube channel, the 30-year-old has also announced plans to completely renovate her home.

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Charlotte Crosby reveals move back to her North East home on her Youtube channel

At the start of the year, the reality TV star appeared on Australia’s I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here and had planned to stay on the other side of the world for longer before the Covid-19 outbreak began.

But when the pandemic struck she moved back into her parent’s home.

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"I am finally moving back, when I got the news, when I was in Ibiza, I cried,” said Crosby, posting the video on her Youtube channel yesterday (August 24). “I think people might think that was a bit of an over exaggeration but just the journey I’d been on in the last year alone. I think that’s what I was crying about, I’d moved out of that home and moved to a new home in a new place for a certain someone.

Charlotte Crosby delighted to be back in her Houghton home

"That all came crashing down. I didn’t just feel like I’d lost the relationship, I felt like I lost my home in doing that.

"I had to come back to my mam and dad’s because I’d rented my home out to a lovely family and I wasn’t prepared to kick a family out who had just rented a house of me just because things had gone wrong on my end.”

Crosby, who won the 12th series of Celebrity Big Brother, filmed the first time she headed back to her home with three dogs – Banana, Rhubarb and Baby.

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She’s also announced plans to renovate the entire house.

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