‘I haven’t a clue,’ says the narrator. During the Sue Perkins breakup, Anna Richardson discusses the topic of moving to a new flat.
ANNA RICHARDSON has spoken openly about relocating after her divorce from Sue Perkins.
Anna Richardson, 50, recently divorced Sue Perkins, 51, after a seven-year relationship. Following their split, the Changing Rooms host has opened up about some of the challenges she’s faced since leaving their shared home.
Following the presenter’s 18-year relationship with her boyfriend, Anna and Sue began dating.
They’re said to have met at a Halloween party and kept their relationship a secret for a long.
However, allegations surfaced in June that the pair had split up.
While Anna hasn’t spoken publicly about their breakup, she did reveal that she had recently moved out of the residence they shared.
The host stated that her new apartment’s interior design has been a challenge for her.
“In my imagination, I think I’m Kelly Hoppen, but in fact, I don’t know anything about interiors,” she explained.
“As a result, every wall is white, and my carpets are grey.
She added of her Changing Rooms co-stars, “It’s everything they rail against.”
Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen and the 2LG duo, Jordan Cluroe and Russell Whitehead, have not been allowed to visit Anna’s home, according to Anna.
“I shudder to contemplate what would happen if they walked in because, while I admire their creations, I don’t believe I could cope with them,” she told the Daily Mail’s Weekend magazine.
Anna also mentioned that she’s been worried about how she’ll be able to have children now that they’ve split up.
“You believe you have all the time in the world, but then life passes you by and you realize it’s no longer possible,” she explained.
“What does that mean for me?” What about my love? Where shall I store it?
“I want to establish a family, so I started looking into it, but it’s complicated.”
Anna has also been reacting to some viewers’ complaints on social media regarding the new version of Changing Rooms.
She is the host of the show, which is a remake of the original blockbuster series.
“I watched #changingrooms and that’s an hour of my life I won’t get back,” one Twitter user said. x “Night”
Anna then replied with a cheeky “Night x.”
“So unfunny trying to be witty #ChangingRooms,” wrote another.
“But it was truly funny to film…,” the host retorted.
Gareth, I apologize.”
However, critics have praised the new series, with many praising Lawrence’s return to the show.