Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen on x-rated messaging and rebelling against Mrs Hinch’s ‘gray wall’

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The Dressing Room star revealed he gets a lot of sexy text messages from Colombian women when he wants to inject color back into people’s homes

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Lawrence Llewelyn-Bowen Opens Up About The Silly Texts He Receives

Room of Change star Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen has revealed he’s been inundated with cynical messages from Latino women – and that he’s rebelling against those “detained by four gray walls” Mrs. Hinch’s”.

This flamboyant interior designer is known for her signature flowing hair and love of leather pants, and it looks like that combination is a hit with female fans on the other side of the globe.

When asked if he receives any x-rated messages online, Laurence, 56, revealed that many women don’t mind “sliding into my DM”.

He added: “Actually, I know one thing, but a lot of them speak foreign languages, so I really don’t know what they’re talking about!

“I’m pretty big in Colombia, and we all know they’re screened!

“So I think if you look at my DM, I suppose I can hit the translate button, but I think maybe I don’t!”

But it seems that it’s not just Colombian women that he finds hot.

In the dressing room in 1999



The star – who has been happily married to wife Jackie for more than three decades – said a British TV presenter recently admitted she had a sexual dream about him.

He added: “I spoke to a very popular woman TV presenter, who will remain anonymous, who admitted to the fact that she had a sexual dream about me!

“We didn’t really achieve anything, but it was a lovely, very enjoyable romantic moment.

“It was very sexy, until I said to her, ‘Okay, wait, I better let Jackie know because she’s in the car downstairs.’

“And this particular broadcaster just said, ‘Yes, that’s right. The mood is just completely, completely gone! ‘

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He hopes to rebel against “Mrs. Hinch’s four gray walls”



“I think that happens pretty much, I think they can say, ‘Oh, leather pants,’ and then think, ‘I’ll leave him to Jackie. It’s good now. Obviously she knows how to handle him. I’m not sure I can. ‘

“I thought the idea sounded pretty simple, but then I went back to 17 steamers and said, ‘Ta-da, daddy’s house,’ it’s actually going to be like, ‘Oh my, that’s too much. a lot of!’

And the interior designer turned TV presenter is now on a one-man mission to infuse color and zest into homes around the country, hoping his fans will riot. against “Mrs Hinch’s four gray walls”.

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“There is a kind of laxity, a kind of small disenfranchisement, from home decor to pandemics,” he said.

“We were bullied by the real estate agents, and by the Marie Kondos and Mrs. Hinches of the world, making it all gray.

“And of course, the lockdown just means that everyone wants to do things that are deeply personal and deeply enjoyable, that deeply express who they are.

“The pandemic has proven to everyone that your home is really more than just a pile of cash. Your home is a shelter. Your home is a tremendous financial investment, but also an extraordinary, extraordinary, emotional one.

Lawrence has always been known for his pomp



“And actually, people feel trapped by Hinch’s four gray walls, and they really feel that somehow, ‘What happened to me? Why am I surrounded by this meh palette now? ‘

“People who want something different just look at paint sales, it’s all color. Wallpaper sales have skyrocketed.

“I like the fact that people are enjoying where they live a lot more. Or, they’re doing something about it.

“We should be a lot happier, and one of the key indicators of that kind of happiness is a nation that is decorating its homes in a way that reflects their personality.”

Lawrence first met his wife Jackie after being arranged on a secret date and the two married in 1989.

They recently revealed how their descendants moved into their Cotswolds home during the pandemic.

And having multiple generations living under one roof is a killer in the mood, with Laurence and Jackie having to steal sexy moments from downstairs cabinets to keep the romance alive.

But now that the world is reopening, the loving couple are planning to make the most of their time away from their children.

When asked if he planned a naughty weekend for them, he laughed: “A month of naughty is needed!

“She was actually the full-time grandma, as you can imagine, seducing grandma, with the three of them.

“I really look forward to being able to have a really nice vacation with my aunt at the end of the year.”

Now, Laurence has more work to do after signing up to appear at The Ideal Home Show at Olympia London this month.

The designer will feature all of her top tips for helping Britons spruce up their homes this summer.

  • The Ideal Home Show, in partnership with NatWest, the world’s oldest home and furniture show, will return to Olympia London from Friday 11 to Sunday, March 27, 2022. Laurence will be at the show. on Friday 11th March and Saturday 12th March. For more information and to book tickets, please visit

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