I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! winner Jacquleine Jossa has created an amazing 1950s American-style diner in her home for her children, Ella, five and Mia, one.
The fabulous space has been decorated so it appears as though it is in a time warp, with a jukebox, kitchen area and and old film posters on the walls.
The star showed off the incredible room on her Instagram Stories, with the song Grease Is The Word aptly playing in the background.
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The renovation must be much-welcomed by Jacqueline’s children, that she shares with husband Dan Osborne, after many weeks in lockdown.
Let’s take a look inside…
As you enter the room there is a 1950s dressing table to one side that has been covered in red and white check, a pattern typical of the table cloths used in diners at that time.
The walls of the room are painted a bright white colour so as not to detract from the many objects on display.
There are is also a diner style white table as well as black leather seats with stripe down the middle, similar to ones used in booths at the American eateries.
To make the these look realistic Jacqueline has also added bottles filled with mustard and ketchup and a box of napkins to the centre of the table.
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There is also a framed print of screen icon Audrey Hepburn in her role as Holly Golightly in the film Breakfast At Tiffany's, 1961.
It's the kitchen that really makes a diner great, and the girls have their own adorable toy one to work with.
The tiny area has polkadot-painted walls with a little fake window, as well as a hob, sink, kettle, oven and washing machine.
It also comes complete with many different kitchen appliances, and to be honest it looks even better than our real kitchen!
On the walls are many front covers of magazines featuring her former EastEnders co-stars. In this picture we can see Jake Wood, who plays Max Branning, glaring at us from the front of the glossy publication.
Jacqueline herself is a very talented singer, and perhaps she is training up her daughters to follow in her footsteps owing to the kid-sized bright blue microphone in the corner of the room.
Jacqueline Jossa and Dan Osborne
There is also a jukebox, which looks incredible and can blast retro tunes through the space, affirming the time warp it appears to be in.
And what would a diner be without food?
The Osborne girl have all different types of food to enjoy in their diner, including plastic pizza and sandwiches…. yum!
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