Katie Price has finally kicked off renovations to her £2million mucky mansion.
The West Sussex abode has developed quite a name for itself since she purchased it in 2014 due to its grubby state.
But now, her attempts to revamp the property haven't quite gone to plan.
While the home has been given a fresh lick of paint, the building still boasts a dirty roof, dead grass in the garden, broken fences and a seemingly dangerous addition to the newly-polished swimming pool.
In new aerial shots of the property, it looks like Katie's once sludgy swimming pool is now back in use, with a floating cover on top of the water.
While the cover appears to be anchored to one side of the pool, it looks like it is floating loosely at the other end – something the Foundation for Aquatic Injury Prevention describe as "inherently dangerous".
They explain: "When placed upon the water the cover gives the appearance that it can be walked on; especially to the eyes of a small child.
"Because they are normally not securely attached to the pool, floating covers can collapse under the weight of a child and possibly result in suffocation".
Making matters worse, fencing around the pool is still partially fallen down, meaning that any of Katie's pets could roam into the area and end up at risk.
And it's not just the pool are that might need some more attention, as the reality star's tennis court is yet to get a look in, with a ripped net and grubby grounds in desperate need of a scrub.
The bushes could do with a trim too, as they're still overgrown and we engulfing part of the court.
The new swimming pool cover comes as Katie currently has builders in her property giving it a new lease of life.
And they're certainly making themselves at home at the property, strewing their tools around the front porch and parking their vans outside.
Oddly, a Morning Bite food van can also be seen outside.
Plus, the builders have flung Katie's old kitchen and utility appliances out on the lawn while they sort out the inside of her home.
Mirror Online has contacted Katie's representative for comment.
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