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'It's massively underwhelming!' Sarah Beeny's New Life in the Country viewers slam presenter's kitchen which took SEVEN months to build - as she reveals she spent £20,800 on a roof light
Last night's episode of Sarah Beeny's New Life in the Country saw the presenter, 50, tackle building her dream kitchen in her enormous Somerset mansion (main). However many of those watching were unimpressed with the space, which Sarah said was created on a 'limited' budget - despite the fact the couple paid for a skylight costing over £20,000.
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Who signed this off? People reveal the WORST design fails they've seen - including a shower head over a towel rack and toilet cubicle with no privacy
Reddit users from around the world have shared the worst design designs they've ever spotted. Pictured top left to right: A toilet cubicle with no privacy, shower located above a towel rack and carpark machine without a green button to press. Pictured bottom left to right: Elevator sign that suggests a risk of being hung, toilet off limits to under 18s and bathroom vanity units covered in carpet.
Missing Line Of Duty? Viewers hail Jed Mercurio 'brilliant' new series Trigger Point which features white-knuckle tension and signature plot twists (and it even stars Vicky McClure!)
WARNING: SPOILERS. He kept viewers on the edge of their seats with smash hit show Line Of Duty, and creator Jed Mercurio looks set for similar success with Trigger Point, his follow-up anti-terrorist police drama which premiered on ITV last night. Viewers hailed the first episode 'a must-watch', 'brilliant' and 'simply outstanding' in enthusiastic tweets, while TV critics, including the Daily Mail's Christopher Stevens, have given the show five-star reviews. Fans of Mercurio's work were delighted the episode ended in one of his stunning signature plot twists - and to see Line Of Duty star Vicky McClure back on screen as a no-nonsense police officer, this time as explosives operative Lana Washington (pictured).
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Farmer, 30, who claims she started going grey aged 13 reveals she's embraced her silver locks by styling herself as a real-life Rapunzel - and only washes her 5ft mane once a month!
Anna Shepherd, 30, from Hungary was distraught when she found a silver strand in her hair and said she was stared at and called names by the other children at school like 'Cruella,' the villain in Disney's 101 Dalmatians. However, the farmer decided to embrace her greys after becoming inspired by folklore and began growing her tresses long, admitting she hasn't had a proper haircut since the age of 14. Inset: Anna aged 17 with grey strands.