Stunning celeb lockdown homes uncovered – from £14,000 saunas to fully-stocked bars

With the nation on lockdown in a bid to slow the spread of coronavirus, the stars have retreated to their luxury homes to sit out the crisis.

From hosting radio shows in their front room to holding science classes for their kids in the back garden, their luxe pads have become their office, school and meeting room.

And with celebrities sharing updates on social media, fans have been given a rare glimpse of the dazzling interiors inside the homes of the rich and the famous.

From the Beckhams' sprawling Cotswold farmhouse to Amanda Holden's trendy wallpapers, Mirror Online takes you behind the scenes of some of the poshest pads on the block…

The Beckhams

The Beckhams are holed up at their Cotswold estate
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There's a plunge pool and Estonian sauna
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David, Victoria and their children Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz and Harper are isolating at their swish country pile in the Cotswolds – but there's still plenty to do.

The £6million estate boasts its own £30,000 tennis court, plunge pool and traditional Estonian sauna and steam room that set the couple back £14,000.

There's a fire pit for al fresco dinners and barbecues in the sunshine and Posh and Becks even drafted in a Chelsea Flower Show winner to create a 'fairytale' garden with a natural swimming pond.

David forked out £14,000 for the sauna pod
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Victoria doesn't let country life dull her love of high fashion
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Inside, the country kitchen comes with a wood-fired pizza oven and there are open hearths in every room to keep the cold out on a gloomy day.

Wooden beams and exposed floors run throughout, complimented by plush velvet sofas, sumptuous rugs and exposed brickwork.

Cruz, 15, has his own piano in one room and the family can gather for dinner each night in the vast dining room that played host to Harper and Cruz' baptism last December.

Amanda Holden

Amanda Holden hasn't let her glamorous standards slide
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Heart FM radio host Amanda has taken working from home to glamorous new levels, hosting her daily show in silky pyjamas from the stylish Surrey mansion she shares with husband Chris Hughes and their two daughters Hollie and Alexa.

Both traditional and quirky, the decor includes a bold navy wallpaper with gold pineapples, matched with traditional navy panels.

And while the pubs might be closed, there's no danger of supplies running dry in Amanda's house thanks to the fully-stocked bar she had installed last year.

Amanda shelled out for a fully-stocked bar in her Surrey home
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Posing in a pair of white silk pyjamas, Amanda clutched a large gin and tonic in one hand as she showed off the results of her labour on Instagram.

"It’s #G&T in my #PJ’s! Thrilled with my bar renovation! #interiordesign #bubble #lights and #barstools @sweetpeaandwillow my new obsession !!!," Amanda captioned the snap.

But while interior design is clearly Amanda's strong point, keeping her house tidy isn't.

She recently forked out £1,000 for organising experts The Style Sisters to fix the 'chaos' around her home, starting with her daughters' playroom.

Amanda had to call in the experts to help tackle the mess
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They transformed her dressing room
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The sisters then ventured to the telly star's dressing room, where they were confronted with a vast collection of glamorous gowns and heeled stilettos from endless TV and red carpet appearances over the years.

Recent renovations to her home had left Amanda with piles of clothing dumped throughout the house so the professionals helped organise her wardrobe into helpful colour co-ordinated categories.

They then set to work transforming her cluttered bathroom – with the help of some shelves and storage boxes.

Fearne Cotton

Fearne's home is a mixture of old and new
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Fearne's stunning double-fronted period property in Richmond, London, has been kitted out to her eclectic tastes with bold wallpapers, pop prints and luxurious velvet sofas and chairs.

The Happy Place founder and her husband Jesse Wood spent years knocking down walls and transforming the kitchen into the open-plan room of their dreams.

"It’s my favourite room, a real family space, I even do my yoga in there," she told the Mirror.

She's opted for sumptuous velvet chairs and sofas
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She and husband Jesse renovated the house together
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"When we moved in, what is now one room was three.

"We knocked down two walls, so it’s open and spacious and there’s enough room to cook and watch the kids play or have them sit drawing while I’m doing the washing up.

"We took up the flooring and discovered all these heavenly original floorboards that we’ve varnished – someone had put parquet over them, which is bonkers."

Their bedroom features a Marilyn Monroe print
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Accents of strong colour run throughout, including a custom-made moss green sofa in the lounge, contrasted with a designer pink floral wallpaper.

But most of Fearne's finds have been second-hand. "I like a nice mixture of up-cycled and new," she said.

"I like a fun, cosy, warm, homely, mismatched vibe."

Kelly Brook

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Kelly, 40, has been hosting her Heart radio show from her chic £3million north London pad.

Featuring marble floors and luxurious silver curtains, the walls are painted in neutral colours and complemented by modern-style furniture.

However, Kelly's love for her home took a hit in February when she returned home from her radio shift and found an intruder inside.

Thankfully the star escaped unhurt but she was so rattled by the incident that she reportedly couldn't bear to be left alone.

"[The thief] did get away with some electronic items and jewellery but it’s more the fear of someone being at her home which has upset Kelly," a source told the Daily Mail.

As well as her pad in London, Kelly is the proud owner of a beautiful £1million farmhouse in Kent.

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She bought the property 13 years ago and has turned the once-shabby venue into a cosy home.

The Tudor farmhouse was originally supposed to be the backdrop for her planned 2007 wedding to Billy Zane, but that never happened and the couple split that November

The 15th century rustic property boasts open fires, stripped wooden floors, exposed beams, antique radiators and a country cottage kitchen.

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