Gemma Collins still has no power in her Essex pad and was forced to spend time in her car this morning charging her phone before entering the garden to document the devastation of Hurricane Eunice
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Not just a 41-year-old man forced to use tea lights like a power cut caused havoc in her pads.
But this morning she went to assess the damage done – and she probably wished she had stayed indoors.
GC still had no power, and she was forced to sit in her car to charge her phone.
She goes into her garden and records the carnage with her beloved horse Tallulah, the biggest victim of the terrible weather.
Recording the devastation of Storm Eunice, the TOWIE icon was in a gloomy mood after seeing the state of her precious possessions and destroyed trees.
Give it to her Instagram Story, she took fans on a tour of the aftermath.
“Poor Tallulah was knocked down in the storm….unbelievable,” she said as she counted the white steed on the floor.
“This place was completely blown to pieces. I took the fence down, it was really bad.
“It’s terrible. I can’t watch any news, I don’t know what’s going on out there and I still don’t have power.
“I just had to charge my phone in the car.”
She continued: “The only thing that survived the storm was the (giant wooden) elephant, thank goodness.”
“My beautiful trees were blown around, and my gnome – oh my god.”
She needs strength…and fast.
Sharing a photo of her incredible home last night, hundreds of tea lights can be seen scattered around on the marble countertop.
She captioned the photo: “Power cuts all the way!!!!”.
GC is definitely not the only celebrity struggling with strong winds like these Joe Swash shares his horror when trees were cut down in his garden.
Joe expresses distrust of extreme winds destroying his house and garden which he shares with his fiancée Stacey Solomon.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/celebrity-news/gemma-collins-13m-essex-mansion-26275079 Gemma Collins' £1.3m Essex mansion was 'blown to pieces' by Hurricane Eunice