Inside Holby City star Debra Stephenson's countryside home with huge kitchen and house rabbit

HOLBY City star Debra Stephenson has given fans a glimpse inside her countryside home with a huge kitchen and a house rabbit.

The actress, 49, who plays Jeni Sinclaire in the popular BBC medical show, showed off her stunning pad on Instagram.

Debra beamed as she cradled her adorable black and grey house rabbit in her arms.

She looked radiant in the shot and showed off her natural beauty wearing minimal make-up.

Her elegant kitchen could be seen behind her, complete with flush cream cabinets.

The glass cabinet had pastel coloured ice-cream bowls too.

In another picture the former Coronation Street star looked stunning as she relaxed in her elegant garden.

She stood barefoot in her summer wrap dress on her beige decking.

Behind her was a comfy sun lounger to soak up the rays.

The patriotic star decked her canape with Union flag bunting as she raised her ice cold drink up for a toast.

Debra, who is mum to Max and Zoe, with her husband James Duffield, showed off her age-defying beauty by posing in a swimsuit.

She revealed her toned figure in the strapless stripped number that clung to her every curve.

In a further shot in her living room she revealed her huge fire place.

Inside the cosy room with a red rug there were stacks of books with a sweet stuffed rabbit soft toy nestled on top.

Meanwhile fans were stunned after the BBC announced Holby City was being axed after 23 years.

The popular BBC medical show will air its final scenes in March 2022.

The much-loved show, created as a spin-off from BBC's Casualty by Tony McHale and Mal Young, premiered in 1999.

It became a huge hit with fans as it followed the drama of the staff who work in Holby City Hospital.

The BBC praised the cast and crew over the years.

In a press release published earlier this month,the BBC stated: "We are incredibly proud of Holby City but it’s with great sadness that we are announcing that after 23 years, the show will end on screen in March of next year."

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