She’s been renovating her £1million Essex mansion alongside husband Alex.
And Olivia Bowen, 26, has now revealed their spacious home is ready for Christmas as she gave fans a glimpse of their VERY lavish decorations.
The Love Island stars enlisted the help of South Wales based AMInteriorsByDesign to create a winter wonderland complete with four life-sized nutcrackers.
In stunning snaps shared to Instagram, Olivia revealed that her impressive hallway is now home to two huge white and gold nutcrackers.
As well as the statement statues, which stand either side of the feature staircase, the bannisters have also been covered with a twinkling green garland.
Not forgetting to kit out the exterior of her and Alex’s home, Olivia opted for two huge Christmas trees to frame her front door alongside two more nutcrackers.
Completing the magical look was another garland filled with fairy lights to run across the top of the doorway.
While other pictures posted to social media by Olivia and AMInteriorsByDesign showed another tree dripping in decorations inside the abode.
This tree, which brought some festive spirit to the kitchen and dining area, was styled using large white flowers and silver diamond baubles.
Olivia and Alex moved into their home back in February, meaning this will be the first Christmas they have spent at the new home.
Since moving in they have completely transformed the house and redecorated many of the rooms.
Earlier this year, Olivia shared that the kitchen project was completed with an enthusiastic post, writing that she was very pleased with the results.
She penned: ‘WE’RE IN! It’s so difficult to get a photo to show you guys really how beautiful this room is in all its glory, I can’t seem to capture it – I’ll keep trying though obv. I think maybe it’s because it’s a feeling rather than a look.
‘I’m quite overwhelmed actually however silly that may sound to some! There is still little bits to go like the armchair, coffee table, glass shelves, curtains etc BUT it’s finally useable!
It comes after Olivia and Alex revealed recently that they have pushed back their baby plans as they focus on their respective careers.
The Love Island couple previously told how they had stopped using contraception and wanted to try for a baby next year, after Olivia, 26, expressed concerns about her fertility due to an underactive thyroid.
In an exclusive interview with MailOnline, the reality stars explained why they have decided to now change their plans and delay having children.
She said: ‘We were thinking about having kids soon, we do still think ‘oh yeah we would love to have a child’ but with my TV show, Second Chance Dresses, pushed back until next year, I’m going to have to be away a lot in New York.’
Speaking as part of the couple’s new collaboration with Superdrug, Olivia added: ‘As the timings have all changed, and we’re both really busy with our careers, we’re just really happy with where we are right now.
‘I also recently purchased a horse so that’s puts a spanner in the works and it has been keeping me really busy.’
In October, Olivia revealed that she was diagnosed with an underactive thyroid as a child, and expressed fears that it could affect her ability to conceive after years of being ‘irresponsible’ with her condition.
In an interview for Love Island: What Happened Next? last month, Olivia confirmed she was no longer using the contraceptive pill.
The Love Island beauty said she doesn’t feel the need to hurry the process and will have a family when the time is right.
Olivia said: ‘There’s no rush for us, that’s not our goal but it will happen one day. I reckon it will be in the next couple of years, although we do keep saying that and it keeps moving back!’
Francesca Packer spared no expense as she celebrated her 26th birthday aboard The Island venue on Sydney Harbour on Sunday afternoon.
And Daily Mail Australia can reveal some of the colourful guests in attendance, who run the gamut from well-heeled social elites all the way to former bikie associates.
The most high-profile attendees were, of course, Francesca's own relatives from the Packer publishing and casino-owning dynasty.
The guests were told to dress in the theme 'Euro Trash / Logomania', and plenty of luxury brand names were on display as the festivities kicked off.
While her publicity-shy uncle James Packer wasn't there, her mother, Gretel, and grandmother, Roslyn, were seen arriving dressed to the nines.
At the other end of the pecking order, former bikie associate Mark Judge - who has formed an unlikely friendship with Francesca in recent months - was in attendance alongside a woman believed to be his girlfriend.
His bikie links aside, Mark is perhaps best known for being at the centre of a bizarre tabloid scandal involving actress Jodi Gordon 11 years ago.
In 2009, Jodi, who at the time was in a relationship with Channel Seven heir Ryan Stokes, was found by police cowering in the home of the suspected Rebels bikie.
Officers responded to a call at Mark's Bellevue Hill home after he reported that armed men were in his backyard and trying to scale his balcony.
CCTV footage reviewed by police found no sign of the men, only Jodi and Mark hiding in a bedroom.
Jodi allegedly told police that cocaine had been consumed that day.
Days before the episode, Ryan had called Kings Cross police to report his then-girlfriend missing after a night out.
Also in attendance at Francesca's party was businessman Julian Tobias, who owns the Hamptons-style floating day club The Island, on which the party was held.
Taking to Instagram as the event was in full swing, the vessel had been completely decked out for Francesca's celebrations, with large custom signage and smaller personalised touches, all the way down to the food's wrappers and napkins.
On the day, the socialite also reposted several Instagram Stories from her guests, including hairdressers, stylists, TV hosts, acclaimed DJs, company founders and CEOs, and a host of other well-dressed socialities.
Sydney personal stylist Everybody Knows Mars, Mars Marsanic, mingled with other revelers, including Double Bay hairdresser, Jackie Mann.
Art guru, Justin Miller, took the theme one step further and turned up dressed as a Pink Poodle during the soaring temperatures.
Unfortunately, things didn't exactly go to plan for Francesca when she was arriving to the venue thanks to a rather unfortunate wardrobe malfunction.
As the birthday girl arrived at Double Bay Wharf en route to the VIP venue, an unruly gust of wind suddenly flipped the hem of her mini-skirt.
The flimsy material billowed in the air, leaving Francesca's bare derriere momentarily exposed to those standing behind her.
Despite the less-than-ideal situation, Francesca managed to maintain composure as she sashayed towards the luxury venue.
Francesca, who is the niece of billionaire businessman James Packer festooned herself in designer attire for the milestone occasion, sporting a silk Fendi pyjama top worth $2290, Fendi sunglasses worth $540 and silver Fendi handbag worth $5,000.
She also carried a netted Dior tote bag worth $4,656 and a sequinned Chanel tote bag worth $8,030.
It was no surprise to see the jewellery-loving brunette adorned in diamonds, wearing a layered necklace and matching bangles.
Francesca appeared to have a personal bodyguard on board the boat to protect her expensive jewels.
MORE TO COME
Sylvia Jeffreys has praised Meghan Markle for the moving article she wrote for The New York Times in which she revealed she'd suffered a miscarriage earlier this year.
The Today Extra host, 34, shared a link to the essay on her Instagram Stories on Wednesday, and described it as a 'raw and powerful' account of losing a child during pregnancy.
It comes after Sylvia broke down in tears live on air last month as she revealed for the first time that she'd conceived her son, Oscar, through IVF because of her struggles with fertility.
'This is a raw and powerful NY Times piece penned by Meghan Markle about the pregnancy loss she experienced earlier this year,' Sylvia wrote.
In the article, the Duchess of Sussex said she had lost her second child in July after feeling a 'sharp cramp' while changing her son Archie's nappy.
Meghan fell ill at her home in Los Angeles before going to hospital, where she tearfully watched her husband Prince Harry's 'heart break as he tried to hold the shattered pieces of mine' as they grieved for their unborn baby.
In the piece titled The Losses We Share, she wrote poignantly: 'I knew, as I clutched my firstborn child, that I was losing my second'.
'Hours later, I lay in a hospital bed, holding my husband's hand. I felt the clamminess of his palm and kissed his knuckles, wet from both our tears. Staring at the cold white walls, my eyes glazed over. I tried to imagine how we'd heal.'
She continued: 'Losing a child means carrying an almost unbearable grief, experienced by many but talked about by few.'
It is not known how pregnant Meghan was, but most women suffer miscarriages in the first 12 weeks.
In October, Sylvia broke down in tears on Today Extra as she revealed how she had undergone IVF to conceive her son, Oscar, who is now 11 months old.
She was speaking to mother Brooke Campbell about IVF treatment and the 'daunting and overwhelming' decision of what to do with leftover frozen embryos once a family no longer wants to use them.
As Brooke discussed the options available, a clearly emotional Sylvia said: 'Brooke, I know from my personal experience with IVF that so much goes into having a successful embryo.'
As she fought through tears, she continued: 'Having something sitting there that gives you the opportunity to make life for your family... How are you and your husband coping?'
That same month, Sylvia announced that she and her husband, Peter Stefanovic, were expecting their second child.
They will welcome another son next year.
Sylvia and Peter first met while working together at Channel Nine in 2014. He is now employed by Sky News.
They got engaged in France in 2016, and married in the Kangaroo Valley the following year.
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