Inside Georgia Kousoulou's home

Mail Online | 1/17/2019 | Charlotte Dean For Mailonline
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Her lavish home has often previously featured on episodes of TOWIE.

And Georgia Kousoulou has shared glimpses of her stunning property with her Instagram followers, taking to the social media site to post snaps of herself posing on her winding staircase and in her walk-in-wardrobe.

Reality - Star - Fashion - Brand - Property

The 27-year-old reality star, who has recently launched her own fashion brand, appears to live in a stunning Georgian property, which boasts huge living rooms and stylish furnishings.

Taking centre stage in many of Georgia's snaps, is a vast stone staircase, which winds its way up to an expansive landing complete with a wall of windows, allowing light to flood into the property.

Lap - Luxury - Georgia - House - Designer-shoe

Appearing to live in the lap of luxury, Georgia's house also features a designer-shoe filled closet, where she showcases many of her stylish outfits in mirror selfies to show her fans.

Georgia, who is in a relationship with co-star Tommy Mallet, gave a sneak peak at her rows of trainers and high heels, which were on full display alongside a series of stunning handbags.

Evening - Georgia - Party - Circle - Pals

During an evening where Georgia threw a party for her inner circle, her pals reclined on plush furnishings in her incredible living room which has sash-style windows and a decorative fire place.

Another of her living spaces includes a cosy grey velvet sofa, which she had enhanced with a selection of purple and navy cushions, complete with diamante detailing.

Georgia - Glitz - Home - Shares - Tommy

Georgia hasn't held back on the glitz in her home, which she shares with Tommy, as seen in a snap which included a mirrored table laden with...
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