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If there's one thing for sure it's that Prue Leith's home is just as beautiful as her baking.
The Bake Off star lives in a bright and vibrant home with a kitchen that is unsurprisingly impressive.
Inside, you'll find a huge yellow island where Prue can rustle up tempting baked goods.
The kitchen is so bright and airy, with white cabinets and work tops, and the stylish judge has kitted it out with state-of-the-art equipment and artwork.
Next to the island there's a large wooden dining table on which sits a vase of flowers.
Beneath, colourful chairs are tucked, showing Prue loves a pop of colour inside her home.
The 81 year old TV star has also added another splash of sunshine yellow in the space with her lemon pattern blinds.
Discussing her kitchen, Prue once said: "It’s important our kitchens reflect our personality – for me that means injecting a bit of colour."
Prue has baking ingredients galore in her kitchen, which likely comes as no surprise.
Throughout the rest of the home Prue's personality is rife too.
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She has a large library with books piled high towards the ceiling, and a cosy red glow exists inside the space.
In this same room, to the right hand side, Prue has a large dinner table and at Christmas 2020 she raised a glass and smiled for a photo while in the space.
Prue lit candles and gave the room a cosy glow as she tucked in to a glass of wine.
Prue grows beautiful flowers in her garden and sometimes snaps photos of the blooms she has discovered.
As a result, many a lovely bouquet can be found positioned around the Bake Off judge's home.
In another room in Prue's home, she has yellow walls, very much the same colour as the kitchen island.
Prue told people to "stay home" amid the Covid lockdown, and sat on her cosy white sofa, cup of tea in hand.
Prue only recently started to live with her husband John Playfair.
Prue and her former fashion designer husband finally made the move after ten years together.
Discussing their new home, Prue told the Telegraph: "John calls our new home our 'retirement home'.
"We have to face the fact that we're going to live together for the very first time. It just feels like the right time now."
Prue and John first met when she was 76 and he was 70 years old, and they then married in Scotland in 2016.
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