Danielle Lloyd reveals garden transformation as builders dig a HUGE hole for outdoor swimming pool at £1.8m mansion

DANIELLE Lloyd has revealed her garden transformation as builders dig a HUGE hole for a swimming pool outside her mansion.

The TV personality took to her Instagram to reveal how the space outside her £1.8million was being updated with the outdoor pool.


Danielle, 38, shared a snap of the garden to her social media following, showing her children standing next to the gigantic hole in the ground.

The former Miss England stood in the upper window of the sprawling home as her sons Archie, 11, and Harry, ten, waved towards her.

A digger looked to be working away at hauling out tonnes of dirt from the HUGE hole, placed in the middle of their large lawn.

Danielle, who is also mum to George, seven, Ronnie, three, and baby girl Autumn Rose, four months, lives in a huge home with the family.

She and her husband Michael O'Neill often give fans a behind-the-scenes look at their home on social media.

The stunning home is the perfect pad for her little girl, as her dream of having a baby girl is finally came true – after four sons.

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The beautiful Sutton Coldfield home has the most stunning exterior with it's perfectly trimmed hedges, shiny windows and greener than green grass.

The pad is most definitely a great hit with the four youngsters as it boasts an impressive home cinema and a huge back garden that they can have a kick about in.

Despite being the only woman in the house, Danielle has certainly put her feminine touch in the family home with stunning flowers, hanging chandeliers and glitzy ornaments.

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Her home follows a monochrome colour scheme of grey, white and black and is very clean – despite having four young boys.

Earlier this month, Danielle revealed how she had been targetted by horrific trolls who accused her of faking her pregnancy with her fifth child, baby girl Autumn.

The model revealed she had been targeted since the birth last November as she was accused of using a surrogate or having liposuction.

The mother-of-five told OK! magazine that despite feeling "happy and confident" in her body, she has faced backlash online.

"People have said things like, 'What impression are you giving to mums by being that thin after giving birth? Do you even eat? You look like a rake!'," she said of the cruel hate comments.

"Other comments have said that I’ve obviously had liposuction after having Autumn, and that I must have had a surrogate as you don’t lose baby weight that quickly.

"Believe me, having liposuction after having a baby is the last thing on my mind. Was I really going to get the fat sucked out of me three months after giving birth?"

Danielle admitted that it had been "upsetting and frustrating" to hear the comments after working so hard on her post baby body.

She added: "You don’t want to be getting trolled just after having a baby and it’s hard when your hormones are all over the place. It’s a lot to go through."

The TV personality slammed the trolling as "offensive and delusional", but admitted that she had a "thick skin" and so hadn't "cried over it".

"Whenever I pose in a bikini people say, 'You’ve got five kids, put it away'," she added. "It’s upsetting as I worked hard throughout my pregnancy and after to be healthy and look after myself."

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