Danniella Westbrook gives fans a tour of her cosy cottage and tells them it’s ‘nice to be home’ after hospital dash

DANNIELLA Westbrook has given fans a tour of her cosy countryside cottagefollowing her recent hospital dash.

The 48-year-old shared a couple of clips on Instagram, giving a look at her stylish kitchen with gleaming white worktops and matching tiles.

Former EastEnders star Danniella also revealed a new print to go on the wall that said: "Welcome to the Westies."

She told fans: "It's so good to be home. I love my house, it's so clean. My underfloor heating… it's so nice to be back.

"My candles are lit, my Scentsy is on and burning, warding off any negative, nasty, toxic people that connect to you in life sometimes and just hang on in there and drain everything out of you."

Then, showing off a worktop covered in photo frames, Danniella revealed a print of her "mantra in life" that said: "Difficult roads lead to beautiful destinations".

Actress Danniella was recently in hospital for the second time in just a matter of weeks after the illness left her in intensive care in hospital.

And she revealed she's set for another op this year to treat the infection in her nose for good.

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The mum-of-two previously updated fans on her "hugely successful" surgery at the Aintree Hospital in November.

She said: "Thanks for all the messages of support for my operation. It was a huge success and I’m so happy thank you to Liverpool Hospital and the best staff surgical team and cleanest hospital ever."

Danniella also shared that she'd ben separated from her family over Christmas after catching Covid.

She told her fans: "I hate Covid. So I had to isolate away from my kids and family this Christmas."

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