BBC Breakfast's Nina Warhurst promises to 'stop getting annoyed' over 'crumbling' home | The Sun

BBC Breakfast newsreader Nina Warhurst has vowed to stop getting annoyed over her crumbling home.

The 42-year-old presenter is currently in the process of renovating her period property.

However, the star has been getting down as she's run out of budget and still has a long way to go until completion.

But now, the pregnant mother of two has now decided to stop getting angry over the long process.

Taking to social media, Nina told fans: "Hello, thank you for the lovely comments on the house."

She then explained: "I do really love it so I'm going to stop getting annoyed by the bits that aren't finished."

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The presenter added: "But while we're on interiors, I'll give you some advice. Do you know that phrase, that William Morris quote 'have nothing in your possession that you don't believe to be practical or beautiful."

And she ended her video by saying: "So we like to stick to that mantra."

But it was only a few days ago that Nina posted a series of images showing the before and after of her house renovation, in its current state.

Nina penned: "Almost 2 years in this bladdy house and we've ran out of budget with a long way to go, which sometimes gets me down, but…"

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The first picture shows bare brick, cracked walls with a lot of dust and clutter.

But then the journalist showed off the finished look, with sanded floorboards and great interiors.

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