The Made In Chelsea star gives us a peek around her luxury family house in London

Rosie Fortescue gives Now a tour around the south London home she shares with her parents, twin sister Lily and dog Noodle.

‘The unusual thing about this house is it used to be the South London Buddhist Centre,’ she tells us.

‘It was strange because it was rundown and the walls were painted in crazy colours – really bright oranges and reds – plus the garden was full of stinging nettles and there were lots of little fireplaces all over the grass.’

The family have totally transformed the look of the place since moving in 12 years ago, thanks to Rosie’s mum’s keen eye for interior design.

‘Mummy loves a project, so she did up the whole house from scratch,’ the Made In Chelsea girl reveals.

‘It was exciting for Lily and me because we had our own bathroom and bedrooms to do just the way we wanted.’

Rosie’s pad has been immaculately decorated. Dainty pink and purple heart-print cushions plus a herringbone tweed dachshund doorstop and charming chalkboard give the place a cosy and lived-in feel.

There is even a portrait of Rosie hanging on one of the cream walls.

Even though she’s regularly snapped dining out at swanky restaurants in the capital, Rosie loves to get creative cooking fancy meals.

She often invites her Made In Chelsea co-stars over for dinner.

‘My favourite room is our big kitchen-diner in the basement – it’s so good for entertaining.’

‘Recently Hugo Taylor and his girlfriend Natalie Joel came over with Louise Thompson, Jamie Laing and Oliver Proudlock.

‘Lily and I made them roast lamb with sweet potatoes, green beans and asparagus.’