RICHARD Arnold's chic London home is the perfect sanctuary from nights spent on red carpets and early mornings in a bright TV studio.
The 50-year-old Good Morning Britain star shares his plush pad with his beloved Cockapoo Clemmie.
The TV presenter has given fans a sneak peek into his amazing home with a range of snaps posted on his Instagram account.
He has everything he needs inside, and since lockdown restrictions were put in place due to the coronavirus, Richard even has his very home studio where he can film for his telly appearances.
His garden shed has been converted into a space where he can work from home and has all the necessary bits and bobs to do the best job he can.
It boasts grey walls, white window and door frames and is surrounded by stunning greenery.
From a huge state-of-the-art cooking station to a cosy living room fire, the pad is both chic and liveable.
Richard has a comfortable study area, perfect for when he files work from home.
Large cuddly toys and plenty of cushions cover a seating area by a light window, the outside of which is adorned by leaves.
A good sleep is crucial for someone who has to be up before the crack of dawn, and Richard's bedroom appears fit for the job: a shaggy throw on the bed and dangling crystals on the bedside light giving off a relaxed vibe.
After studying hard to gain an MA in English Language and Literature at university, Richard carried on his studies in journalism.
His first ever TV role was on the BBC's The Sunday Show and then in 1997 he was given the role of TV critic for GMTV.
You can currently catch Richard on Good Morning Britain as the current Entertainment Editor for the ITV's breakfast show.
Richard has also appeared on various other programmes including Soapstar Superchef, BBC's Strictly Come Dancing and Celebrity MasterChef.
Richard also shares his life with partner Stuart.
Very little is known about his boyfriend of 16 years, although he recently wished him a happy anniversary while on Good Morning Britain.
The star was openly talking about how life in lockdown was treating him and how he liked to escape to his "mancave" in his garden.
He added: "And I've discovered that my other half, who is tuning in today so happy anniversary by the way, is one of those people who holds his phone like that and every time he does it I want to shave his eyebrows off."
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