LOCATION, Location, Location’s Kirstie Allsopp has claimed she’s “past caring” after being slammed for saying “anybody can afford a home”.
The TV presenter sparked fury over the weekend as she penned a column telling younger individuals to maneuver to an inexpensive space, give up their gymnasium memberships and cease happening international holidays.
Kirstie stated some individuals weren’t keen to make “sacrifices” and admitted she was “enraged” when individuals stated they couldn’t afford to purchase a house.
Within the column for The Times, Kirstie – whose household helped her to purchase her first residence on the age of 21 – steered that younger individuals ought to transfer again in with their mother and father.
However some readers have since accused her of being condescending, privileged or utterly out of contact – particularly contemplating the astronomical rise in home costs in recent times.
Now Kirstie has responded to the backlash with a sequence of sarcastic tweets, encouraging individuals to complain to Channel 4 in the event that they didn’t like what she has to say.
The presenter penned: “Anybody who thinks I’ve spent the final 22 years pretending to grasp the wants of British homebuyers should suppose me an excellent actress certainly.
“For those who don’t just like the reveals don’t watch them. However I’m past caring what the press or social media take into consideration me, life is simply too quick.”
Amongst her critics was former Good Morning Britain host Piers Morgan, who blasted her on Twitter to his 7.9million followers.
He wrote: “Each time Kirstie Allsopp traits, I examine why and see she’s stated one other unbelievably silly, ludicrously ill-informed and woefully privileged factor.
“Then I anticipate her to answer the solely justified outrage by throwing her toys out of the pram & quitting Twitter once more.”
https://www.thesun.ie/television/8333516/location-location-location-kirstie-allsopp-house/ Location, Location, Location’s Kirstie Allsopp bites again after being slammed for saying ‘anybody can afford a home’