Former Love Island star Gemma Owen took to Instagram to show off a a rare snap of her garden at home, which is so big it could be mistaken as a park.
The Love Island finalist, 20, appeared on last year's summer version of the show and lives in a sprawling home in Cheshire with her football legend dad Michael Owen, mum Louise, sisters Emily, 15, and Jessica, 12, and brother James, 17.
The stunning garden snap, which appears to be taken from a window upstairs in the house, shows freshly cut athsetic grass lines, as well as some stunning green trees and sun loungers.
Despite the weather in the UK getting colder, the picture looks like it had been taken in the middle of summer due to the clear blue sky and vibrant greenery. The reality star captioned over the snap: “clean air”.
The Owen family mansion sits on a sprawling 42-acre estate boasting an indoor swimming pool, hot tub, private gym and stables which are home to Gemma's horses.
The former Islander also gave fans a glimpse at the stables and surrounding areas as she took one of her horses out for a ride.
Gemma didn’t seem to spend much time at home though as just a few hours later she posted another Instagram story where she was in Paris.
Gemma’s latest post follows amid rumours that she is dating Aadam Hamed, son of boxer Prince Naseem Hamed, following on from her split from villa boyfriend Luca Bish.
The pair were reportedly spotted enjoying a meal together at a restaurant earlier this month in Birmingham.
The boxer shared a mirror selfie of himself to Instagram – with eagle-eyed fans noticing a brunette woman can be seen behind his shoulder, shielding her face from the camera.
A source then told The Daily Star : "They recently followed each other on Instagram and fans of both have noticed that it is them together.
"Gemma was just with polo player Tommy Severn in Spain at the start of last month. Now she has moved on to Prince Naseem's son."
The 20-year-old split from her Love Island beau Luca in November last year following a three-month relationship. Gemma said at the time that the split was "what is best for us right now."
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