Inside Shayne Ward and Sophie Austen's stunning family home with glistening Christmas tree and art wall

Inside Shayne Ward and Sophie Austen's stunning family home with glistening Christmas tree and art wall

SHAYNE Ward and fiancée Sophie Austen's super stylish family home has been given a festive makeover as they countdown to Christmas.

The couple, who are parents to daughter Willow, occasionally share snaps from inside their tasteful home on social media.

The large bay window in their living room has been decorated with a garland and baubles, while a stunning tree is covered in eye-catching trinkets.

The furniture in the room is black, with a collection of frames on the white walls and a solid wood floor.

The bedroom has exposed beams on the ceiling and is bright and airy thanks to a sky light.





A huge headboard matches the grey carpets, while white wooden window shutters give the couple some privacy.

Earlier this year the couple postponed their wedding because of the coronavirus crisis – saying they're in "no rush".

The 35-year-old X Factor and Coronation Street star opened up to Lorraine Kelly after she asked about him putting their big day on hold.

He joked: "Don't tell Sophie. No, literally we spoke about it and that was what was nice about it.

"Everything can wait, there is no rush and we can definitely do this next year, but we're together for life and that is the main thing, we're together regardless."

The pair got engaged in 2017 and have a young three-year-old daughter called Willow together.

The actor and his Hollyoaks star partner transformed their bodies last year after taking up intense workouts and cooking from scratch.

Speaking earlier this year – also to Lorraine – he said he'd worked off more than three stone since exiting the soap, saying his fiancee had done the same.

He explained: "Sophie is doing it with me. She cooks fresh food every single day, I've lost over three and a half, she's lost three stone."

As host Lorraine gasped in shock, Shayne continued: "A lot of it is common sense and food. It's very easy to fall into the trap."

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