Gemma Collins loses power as Hurricane Eunice ravages £1.3m dream Essex home

TOWIE’s Gemma Collins forced to resort to tea lights after her £1.3m home lost power

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Gemma Collins found herself bathed in the dark tonight after Storm Eunice wreak havoc at her Essex home.

The 41-year-old woman was forced to resort to tea lights after her £1.3million home lost power.

Sharing a photo of her gorgeous home, hundreds of tea lights can be seen scattered around on the marble countertop.

Instagram In the story, she captioned the photo: “What time is the power cut !!!!”.

GC is definitely not the only celebrity struggling with these strong gusts of wind Joe Swash shares his horror when trees were cut down in his garden.

Gemma Collins got a power cut tonight



She has to light her house with a tea lamp

Joe expresses distrust of extreme winds destroying his house and garden which he shares with his fiancée Stacey Solomon.

While being battered by the wind, he told his 1.9 million followers on Insta Stories: “What’s going on? This wind is unbelievable! Look!”

He went on to point out a large tree that had collapsed on the floor, its branches torn off, and continued: “We’ve lost a tree – what’s going on?! This is madness!”

Joe Swash records his shock before the storm


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A tree was cut down in his garden


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Stacey is currently away from home while filming and has released an update revealing that she is staying safe in the warm house.

Sharing a snap of her nursing daughter, Rose said: “Sorry I was so quiet! These filming days are so long and any respite, I feel like this I miss you boys so much. Two sleeps down to go. I hope you’re okay and stay safe during this crazy storm. She can’t wait to go home and get back here.”

It happened when Cyclone Eunice caused chaos across the UK, ripped O2 Arena’s iconic roof “to pieces”, blow over truck on highway and caused travel chaos as more than 430 flights were cancelled.

Hundreds of railway lines were blocked and road bridges were also closed after a rare “no travel” warning was issued on railway lines in England and Wales.

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