Inside the home of Zoe Ball with William Morris print interiors and huge vegetable patch

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Zoe Ball has announced that she will be leaving her job hosting It Takes Two.

The presenter has decided to take a step back from the Strictly spin-off after 10 years fronting the hit show.

The 50-year-old announced that she would be “waltzing away” from the BBC and support the 2021 series from her sofa instead.

Zoe lives in a £1.5 million Sussex home with her children, Nelly, eight, and Woody, 17, and partner Michael Reed who she met in 2017.

The couple moved into the luxury property in September last year following Zoe’s big BBC pay rise after she was revealed to be paid £1.36 million a year for the BBC2 Breakfast Show.

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The pad, built by a Russian aristocrat, Baron Vladimir de Wolff in the 1920s, boasts a swimming pool, tennis court and acres of land to enjoy.

Zoe is a keen gardener, and when she’s not broadcasting, she’s usually found in the grounds of her home, either in the potting shed or checking up on the vegetable patch.

When the family moved into the home, Zoe joked with her Instagram followers that she would “need a bigger veg patch now”.

The star makes regular gardening inspired updates and has previously shared that she is inspired by TV gardener, Monty Don who has also appeared on her Radio 2 show to share his tips.

Zoe has previously told fans that she's growing broccoli, kale, cauliflower, beetroot, carrots and potatoes at home.

The outside space also features its own custom made garden hideaway that Zoe designed and built.

Inside, the home is a cosy space perfect for quality family time and watching films together in the comfy living space.

The TV star has invested in William Morris print fabric, and wallpaper for her home and recently took to Instagram to show off her picks.

Working with William Morris co and design studio The Room Interiors, the radio star kitted out the two rooms in classic prints from the brand, including curtains, cushions, wallpaper, lighting and upholstery.

The bedroom features Mallow print wallpaper matched with a more colourful Wilhelmina floral for the curtains and cushions while the star has opted for Brook print in her living areas.

William Morris famously said: “Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful,” which we think might be Zoe's mantra for her own gorgeous home.

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