Inside Rochelle and Marvin Humes’ stunning Christmas decorations at £1.7m home

Rochelle and Marvin Humes have given a glimpse inside their stunning Christmas decorations at their £1.7million London home.

The Saturdays songstress and JLS singer, who share daughters Alaia, eight, Valentina, four, and one year old son Blake, have enlisted the help of celebrity favourite Early Hours London Ltd to transform the exterior of their sprawling family home.

Rochelle, 32, and Marvin, 36, have opted for a traditional theme with winter foliage framing the exterior with two matching wreaths hanging over the glossy black door.

We can also see that the team, including founders Lizzie and Latoyah, have added shiny red baubles to the stunning display along with twinkling fairy lights for a cosy, warm glow.

Taking a closer look, there are gorgeous red berries in the stunning festive installation along with sprigs of eucalyptus for an elegant touch.

It comes after Marvin has revealed that he sees wife Rochelle as his 'best friend' who he loves 'more every day'.

“Rochelle is beautiful inside and out. She is my best friend. It is as simple as that. I love her more every day,” Marvin told The Mirror.


“No marriage is perfect but we are a team. We love working together, which is quite unique. But we try to focus on being husband and wife, best friends and good parents first and foremost above everything else.

The couple – who recently enjoyed a family day out to Winter Wonderland – met in 2010 when Rochelle was part of girl group The Saturdays and Marvin was in boy band JLS.

Marvin added that another key to their marriage was that: “We always have each other’s backs.

“We are super supportive and always try to compromise.”

Since leaving their respective music groups, the couple have found success in the TV industry, with the pair presenting the BBC music quiz show The Hit List since 2018, with a new series commissioned for next year.

JLS have also announced a comeback and are set to head out on an arena tour next year. However, Marvin stressed that the couple’s children, and not their careers, are their biggest priority.

“The most important thing for us is to be the best parents we can be,” he said.

“Being a parent is by far the hardest job in the world. There is no handbook. You have to do the best you can."

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