EMILY Atack has shared a glimpse at her North London cottage, which includes a cosy living room and a roof for sunbathing.

The former Inbetweeners star – who is spending lockdown alone – moved into her new pad a few months ago, and often gives her followers a sneak peek into her humble abode.


Emily shared a picture of her front room in April, writing: “I’d give anything to have you all over this evening.”

Her living space features a large window which allows for plenty of natural light, a pink sofa, a statement rug and several plants.

There’s also a rustic fireplace which adds to the cosy and relaxed vibe.

The I’m A Celeb favourite has also given fans a look at her pink and white themed bedroom.



She adds pops of colour with a furry rug and a blush-coloured window blind, as well as an impressive piece of artwork above her bed.

Emily is also lucky enough to have access to her rooftop where she’s often found soaking up the sunshine.

The blonde shared a photo of herself relaxing in her own personal sun trap over the Easter Bank Holiday weekend.

The star – whose last home featured on Through The Keyhole – recently opened up about her desire to get on the property ladder this year.

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She told OK!: “I’d like to buy my own house this year. I’d like to meet someone. I am enjoying being single and for work it’s important that I’m selfish and can be by myself.”

Emily has also revealed how she’s dealing with self-isolation.

She said: "It’s one of those things where I feel really depressed about it, but everybody is in the same boat. Feeling like I’m alone in something makes me feel s**t, but I don’t with this.

"There are people in far worse situations. I feel lucky that I have a lovely home to sit in and amazing friends. We all keep speaking to each other. I think it’s about reevaluating your life a bit."

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