Inside Love Islander Millie Court’s new girly home boasting pop art and a pink sofa

Inside Millie Court’s new home: The Love Island star gives a tour of her girly pad, complete with pop art and a pink sofa, after moving out of the £1m property she shared with ex Liam Reardon.

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She split from Liam Reardon at the beginning of July and earlier this month moved out of the £1 million mansion they shared.

And now Millie Court, 25, has given fans a glimpse inside her new home as the Love Islander took to social media to show off the girly pad, complete with pop art and a pink sofa.

The one and only reality star uploaded a video tour to YouTube on Monday, explaining that while the new home is still being furnished, the main space is almost complete.

Millie ditched the old neutral decor she favored in her last home and instead chose a bold pink sofa to take center stage in the living room.

Putting a touch of her bubbly personality on, the Love Islander hung up a variety of funky artwork, including one with lyrics from a Kate Nash song, which read: “You said I must eat so many lemons, because I’m so bitter.”

Millie took the luxurious eight-seater wooden dining table and cream chairs from her old home with Liam and moved them into her new abode, placing the set next to the French windows overlooking her garden.

The blonde beauty opted for a vintage-looking gold bar, which she filled with books, a pink lamp, candle holders and a bottle of pink champagne.

Fun!  The one and only reality star uploaded a video tour to YouTube on Monday, explaining that while the new home is still being furnished, the main space is almost complete.

Fun! The one and only reality star uploaded a video tour to YouTube on Monday, explaining that while the new home is still being furnished, the main space is almost complete.

Girly: The blonde beauty opted for a vintage-looking gold bar, which she filled with books, a pink lamp, glasses, candles and a bottle of pink champagne.

Girly: The blonde beauty opted for a vintage-looking gold bar, which she filled with books, a pink lamp, glasses, candles and a bottle of pink champagne.

Designer diva: The Love Islander pointed to her collection of design books

Designer diva: The Love Islander pointed to her collection of design books

Earlier this month, Millie took to her Instagram stories to announce that it was her last day at home before “moving on” and having a “fresh start.”

She captioned the post: “Landing in the UK and back to reality I have a busy weekend ahead as today is my last day in this beautiful home.

“I really enjoyed living here and I have so many wonderful memories here and I’m very sad to leave. But it’s time to move on and start again.”

She added: “New beginnings for me, exciting things planned and a couple of little secrets soon to be revealed as we head into the new year. Things are only looking up from here.

Good!  She placed the set next to the French windows overlooking her garden

Good! She placed the set next to the French windows overlooking her garden

Statement: Your home also includes a statement arc lamp in the living room

Statement: Your home also includes a statement arc lamp in the living room

Millie’s move comes after Mail Online revealed Love Island 2021 winners Millie and Liam decided to split in July after a year-long romance.

The former couple, who won ITV2 dating series Love Island last August, called it quits after splitting as they both pursued individual work opportunities.

The pair quickly moved into a £1 million house together in Essex after their overnight rise to fame, but have since gone their separate ways, with Liam since filming for Celebs Go Dating.

The pair split amid rumors that Liam had been unfaithful, but Millie was quick to insist that wasn’t true and said they were still ‘getting on really, really well’.

Moving on: The new start comes after Millie and Liam called it quits in July after splitting in recent months as they both pursued individual work opportunities

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