Inside Billie and Greg Shepherds garden plan with pool, outdoor TV and putting green

Billie and Greg Shepherd have given a glimpse inside their stunning new garden design at their sprawling £1.4million Essex home.

The Family Diaries stars, who recently jetted to the Maldives as they celebrated New Year's Eve on the sun-soaked island, shared footage of their CGI garden plan.

Billie, 31, and Greg, 35, who share children Nelly, seven, and Arthur, four, have enlisted the help of Lush Landscapes to plan every inch of their garden in order to make it the perfect place for the family to entertain friends and relax in the sunshine.

Sharing the clip to the 615,000 fans of their home Instagram account, the couple penned: "So we made some changes to our landscaping.. thank you @lushdesignconstruction for the design there was a lot of changes thank you for your help…."

Billie and Greg will have a gorgeous pool in their garden that will be the focal point of the plot with four sun loungers for the family to relax.

We can also see a patio area complete with a corner sofa and bean bags with pleached trees to create a privacy screen from neighbours.

The couple have also opted for a state-of-the-art kitchen with a bar area and outdoor TV along with a pantry for the family to store cooking essentials.

A gorgeous pergola can be seen over the outdoor kitchen which will provide shade during the summer months and shelter from the elements.

Billie and Greg have also made sure that Nelly and Arthur have plenty of space to play with a sunken trampoline and climbing frame.

Meanwhile Greg has his very own putting green to practise his golf technique and even a lawn area to play football with his friends.

The designers have also added splashes of colour to the garden with borders filled with lavender along with blossom trees and pink shrubs.

It comes after the team behind Lush Landscapes, director Alex Bayman and designer Marc Piechocki, based in the affluent village of Windlesham, Surrey, revealed in an exclusive interview with OK! the process behind marrying the chic interior design of jaw-dropping pads with a gorgeous outdoor space.

"If you wanted, you could spend £10,000 on a BBQ alone! That is excluding everything else in the kitchen so it is just the grill. It is crazy but people do," Alex revealed as he described how bespoke outdoor kitchens, which have boomed in the past year, can 'easily' cost up to £100,000.

Alex added: "Whether it is TVs, cinema screens, music and even fire pits that can be controlled your mobile phone – it has really come a long way."

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