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Inside pregnant Lauren Goodger’s spotless home with all-white bedroom and sleek bathroom like a five-star hotel

PREGNANT Lauren Goodger's lavish Essex home features a spotless all-white bedroom and resembles a five-star hotel.

The former Towie favourite's glamorous digs feature a decadent all-white bedroom, a sleek bathroom and an impressive roof terrace.

Lauren, 34, often shows off her bedroom and en-suite in her Instagram Stories.

The bathroom features a stand-alone bathtub and is decked out in white and dark-grey marble.

There's also a walk-in shower with decorations by way of diffusers and embellished frames featuring photos of Lauren.

Her bedroom, meanwhile, boasts mirrored bedside tables and a vast king-size bed with an upholstered headboard in neutral shades of off-white.

The reality star has the perfect spot for sunbathing, as her bedroom leads directly onto a roof terrace with wood decking and sunloungers.

The rest of the house is equally tastefully done, featuring dark wood floors or soft grey carpet throughout.

The living room features a large grey Chesterfield-style sofa decorated with nude and metallic cushions, as well as a dark grey table and chairs.

The kitchen, meanwhile, has sleek white cupboards and rustic wooden counters.

Lauren is now 18 weeks pregnant with her boyfriend Charles Drury's baby.

They have been an item since October, with Charles moving him into her home three weeks after they struck up a romance.

Lauren has detailed how she wants a "natural" birth - without any medical interventions.

She said: "I want a completely natural birth. I don't want any epidural or anything. I literally just want gas and air. The old fashion way. So yeah, wish me luck."

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