The Only Way Is Essex star Gemma Collins shared a video to her 2.2 million followers showing the damage Storm Eunice caused to her garden.
The reality favourite, 41, videoed the aftermath of the storm to her garden including her ceramic horse Tallulah on her side.
Gemma said: “Poor Tallulah was taken down in the storm. Unbelievable.”
She went on: “The place has been absolutely blown to pieces. I’ve got fence panels down, I mean, it’s really bad. Fences down, panels out. It is just terrible.”
She continued: “I can’t see any news, I don’t know what’s going on out there, I have no electric, I just had to charge my phone in the car.
“I don’t understand how furniture can be blown all around the garden. It’s just crazy.”
Gemma panned her camera around the garden showing the fence panels strewn across the grass and her garden furniture blown over.
The reality favourite had taken to Instagram earlier to share how she was coping with no electric.
She shared a romantic view of her dining table full of tealights as well as her coffee table and shelf under the TV.
She captioned the post: “No electric since 3pm yesterday Storm Eunice hun have a day off ! X”.
Fans flocked to the post to share how impressed they were with Gemma’s lighting.
One wrote: “On the plus side looks beautiful.”
Another penned: “Bet u have the best day though!!! Chill chill chill xxxx”.
While a third shared: “Looks beautiful though! hope your connected soon x”
Gemma was recently praised by fans for her “brave” and “powerful” self-harm documentary.
The powerful show charted Gemma's 20 year battle with self-harm and shared a side to the TOWIE star that the public are yet to see.
During the hard-hitting documentary, Gemma opened up about her fears that the urge to self-harm might return and make her an "unfit mother".
Taking to Twitter after the documentary aired, viewers were quick to praise Gemma for being so brave and pointed out how it would raise awareness of self-harm.
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In the doc, Gemma emotionally said: "Because I now want to go on and have a family and stuff, I suppose there’s that part of me… because you hear about people having postnatal depression and all these things. I don’t ever want it to come back. It’s scary. It’s very, very scary."
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