Inside Strictly star Karen Hauer’s London home with her cute dogs and incredible garden

STRICTLY star Karen Hauer lives in stunning London flat with her cute dogs and an incredible garden.

Kevin Clifton’s ex wife has given fans a glimpse into her amazing life on Instagram after recently splitting from boyfriend David Webb.

Strictly star Karen Hauer resides in a beautiful flat in London with her two dogs

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Strictly star Karen Hauer resides in a beautiful flat in London with her two dogsCredit: Instagram

The talented dancer and fitness enthusiast, 35, shares a beautiful modern home with her gorgeous dogs Marley and Phoebe.

The tidy pad has a large open plan space where Karen is often seen working out in her videos on Instagram.

Her living room gets a full blast of daylight thanks to the sliding doors that lead outside.

There, Karen has set up a mini-gym complete with an exercise bike, rope weights and yoga mats scattered across the patio.

Karen works out with one of her pooches Phoebe

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Karen works out with one of her pooches Phoebe
Her living room boasts plenty of space and light for her home workout videos

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Her living room boasts plenty of space and light for her home workout videosCredit: Instagram
She is often seen with her adorable pets as they take over her videos

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She is often seen with her adorable pets as they take over her videosCredit: Instagram
Karen is a huge dog lover

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Karen is a huge dog loverCredit: Instagram

Back indoors, Karen likes to relax on her huge corner sofa with her dogs and a glass of red wine.

There are personal accents around the home too, including picture frames and artwork.

The place, where she has been busy staying in shape ahead of Strictly returning on Saturday, has a pretty garden.

Meanwhile, the bedrooms boast built in wardrobes and more sleek pine floors.

Inside Strictly star Karen Hauer’s London flat with three cute dogs and incredible garden
Karen's bedrooms boast built in wardrobes

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Karen’s bedrooms boast built in wardrobes
The star has a pretty garden with furniture that her furry friends take over

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The star has a pretty garden with furniture that her furry friends take over
She is obsessed with her dogs Phoebe and Marley

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She is obsessed with her dogs Phoebe and Marley

Karen was seen working out in front of her flower beds recently after she ended her relationship with David.

The dancer quietly ended her two-year relationship with opera singer David, 35, earlier this month.

But it came just weeks after the pair were discussing marriage.

 

She dated opera singer David Webb for two years

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She dated opera singer David Webb for two yearsCredit: Instagram

He has now moved out of her house in London, where he has lived during their romance.

Karen, who was previously married to former co-star Kevin Clifton, 37, met David in late 2017.

Kevin is now dating his 2019 dance partner Stacey Dooley, 33.

Karen was married to Kevin Clifton for three years before dating David

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Karen was married to Kevin Clifton for three years before dating
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Freeport Mayor’s View: City seeks home improvements grant – News – Rockford Register Star

As we rapidly approach the end of the construction season, the City is quickly working to wrap up a variety of infrastructure projects. We had a busy year executing infrastructure projects and approving additional work that will be completed over the next year and a half.

In the past few months alone, the City completed the $3 million Float Avenue infrastructure project, repaved Sunset Drive, Hurd Street, Boggess Street, as well as portions of Ottawa Avenue and Winneshiek Street. Anyone who has driven over Locust Avenue between Lincoln Boulevard and Pleasant Street will appreciate the much-needed repairs that were conducted in the past week. We are also in the middle of milling the street and overlaying Highland Drive in its entirety and are planning on road repair on portions of South Demeter Drive before the weather, and leaf pickup season, prohibits us from further infrastructure improvement projects.

In addition to these water and sewer projects, the City also began utilizing our $2 million grant to replace lead service lines in the City. While all these projects can be an inconvenience to drivers attempting to navigate the construction zones, we appreciate the patience of the residents as this work is critical for upgrading our City’s infrastructure and improving our quality of life.

If you’ve driven along Burchard Avenue, you’ve no doubt noticed the long-term activity around the water tower, including a large drill. We are in the middle of drilling for our new water well #11. Once completed, this new well will allow us to draw water from the Mount Simon aquifer, which our testing has shown to have even higher quality water than provided by our other wells. Next year you’ll see construction on the water treatment plant that will be built adjacent to the well. Once operational, the well will be capable of producing 2,200 gallons of water per minute. This new treatment plant will replace our current Brick Street plant, which has been in service since 1882. We continue to seek supplemental sources of funding, such as grants, for this and all our infrastructure projects.

The City also implemented plans to aggressively continue infrastructure work next year. In addition to the work discussed above, the Council recently approved the Phase 2 Water Main and Looping project which will begin immediately and go through the next year and a half. This $2 million project, which is part of our longer-term Capital Improvement Plan, includes water main replacement along portions of the streets of Cleveland, Jefferson, Monroe, Santa Fe, Meadows, Sylvan and South. Approximately 20%, or $400,000, of this project will be forgiven by the IEPA upon completion, allowing us to stretch our capital improvement funds further. We were also pleased to award the lowest bid to a local bidder, providing an additional benefit to our local economy.

The City continues to pursue all sources of funding to stretch our local dollars and recently applied for two Community Development Block Grants along the Adams Avenue Corridor. If awarded, one grant

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Comings & Goings: Ronit’s Kitchen gets new ownership instead of closing – News – Rockford Register Star

ROCKFORD — Instead of closing, the Indoor City Market restaurant Ronit’s Kitchen has new ownership.

As of Wednesday, Mustafa Abdall and Moe Allen are the new owners of the restaurant. They have renamed it Guzel, which means beautiful in Turkish.

The new name is meant to be a reflection of the Turkish-style breakfast the new owners will be adding to the menu.

Abdall is the founder of Winnebago Emerging Small Business Services, an organization that focuses on providing support to bilingual and multicultural entrepreneurs.

He was saddened to hear that Ronit’s Kitchen would be closing, so he got on the phone with Ronit Golan, the previous owner, to find out what he could do to help keep Mediterranean restaurant stay open. Time was of the essence as the restaurant had been scheduled to close on Wednesday.

Abdall asked that Golan give him 24 hours to find an investor to take over the restaurant and he did.

“I texted Ronit at 12 a.m. and said we are in. She texted me back at 6 a.m. and said, ’Yes, let’s meet.’ We met at 6 p.m. and signed and agreed about it,” said Abdall.

Abdall says the menu will remain the same with the exception of the breakfast additions. The restaurant will also have new hours and be open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. seven day a week.

Despite the news of Rockford-area bars and restaurants needing to revert back to outdoor dining and curbside pickup as of Saturday due to a rise in the postivitiy rate for COVID-19, Abdall says he and Allen remain focused on keeping the business running.

“One day after we signed, those restrictions showed up. We were absent for a few hours but then we said, ’No, we will not give up.’ We will focus on online, pickup and delivery and we will see,” said Abdall.

Although Golan is sad to see her dream restaurant leave her ownership she is glad to know that her vision will remain intact and knows that her business is in good hands.

“I trust Mustafa because he is very active in the community and we have been involved in other events together so it’s nice to have someone I trust taking over the restaurant,” said Golan.

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L.A. Angels star Albert Pujols, wife start new cafe concept that helps equip adults from vulnerable situations with vocational training, life skills

COSTA MESA (KABC) — The Los Angeles Angels missed the playoffs this year but Albert Pujols and his wife, Diedre, are keeping busy. The couple launched Open Gate Kitchen, a new cafe concept fueling social good, which equips adults from vulnerable life situations with vocational training and life skills.

Fernando Escobar is now head cook and manager of the restaurant; but a few years ago, he didn’t know where his next meal would come from. Open Gate International helped turn his life around through culinary school.

“My life was in the place of darkness and addicted to meth and alcohol and I ended up in the streets homeless,” said Escobar.

Making food takes Escobar back to days in the kitchen with his mother; Christmas with his family. It now gives him a feeling of empowerment.

“To be a part of something that could possibly help another single parent out there and another single dad to be able to get back on their feet and to provide for their kids is such a humbling experience,” said Escobar.

Diedre Pujols is the founder of the non-profit Open Gate Kitchen. The Costa Mesa restaurant offers life coaching, culinary training and job placement programs to people like Escobar.

“I couldn’t be more proud,” said Diedre.

The mission is a personal one for Pujols. Her own past struggles with addiction and bad choices help her connect with the students here.

“At 19, I didn’t even want to live anymore and so I feel like there’s a way that I can identify with a lot of these individuals who come in,” said Diedre.

Her husband, L.A. Angels first baseman, Albert Pujols, says he worked hard for his own dreams, and he’s helping his wife do the same for their community.

“Their teachers, they get the best of their students, you know, and I think, on the other side, the students put in really hard work, day in and day out, because they know that this is an opportunity or a chance and they don’t want to pass on it,” said Albert.

“Here I am you know, catering for the Los Angeles Angels and all these important people, it’s such a blessing. It is,” said Escobar.

Open Gate Kitchen is now open for dine-in, delivery and take-out options, serving up handcrafted healthy, fresh, cuisine with an international flair.

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Bronx basketball star dead after Hell’s Kitchen stabbing

A rising basketball star died weeks after he was stabbed during an August fight on a Hell’s Kitchen street, according to cops.

Terrell Wigfall, 24, was stabbed in the chest at the corner of 11th Avenue and West 54th Street just after 10 p.m. August 22, police said Thursday morning.

Wigfall — who lived about half-a-mile from the scene — was rushed to Mount Sinai West Hospital, where he died of his injuries Sept. 16, according to cops.

The case has since been ruled a homicide. The circumstances of the violent squabble were unclear Thursday morning.

Wigfall was the leading scorer for the Bronx Community College basketball team, the Bronx Broncos, according to a 2018 update on the team’s website.

“Terrell Wigfall scored a total of 49 points in the two games the Broncos played during the week that ended January 7, 2018,” the team said. “At the free throw line he made 16 out of 18 free throws attempted. Terrell Wigfall had 15 rebounds, 11 assists, 7 steals and 5 turnovers.”

It’s unclear how long he played for the team, but his name was not listed on the 2019-2020 roster, the most recent available online.

Friends and family were heartbroken by his death.

“At a loss for words,” his aunt, using the name Sha Glove on Facebook, posted. “S.I.P. nephew. Terrell Wigfall you will never be forgotten!”

Wigfall attended Edward A. Reynolds West Side High School on the Upper West Side, teacher Mark Torres posted.

“Terrell, lost to violence, a young dad, star athlete, and graduate of West Side HS,” Torres wrote. “We created a temporary memorial for him until we can set up something more permanent inside the school. We miss you and will always LOVE and Remember you! Rest in Paradise.”

Friend Marquee Kee-Goldee posted photos from a memorial for Wigfall.

“Met his lil princess, wifee [sic] and sister,” he wrote. “His mans, right hands, brothers, coaches, and people that he touched their hearts came out for him. He put on for everybody.”

“It’s not right this happened to a kid who had a ticket out,” he said. “God’s Gift was his talent, God’s Plan was his spirit he gave to us all.”

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76 fuel pumps, 41 bathroom stalls and a beef jerky bar: Welcome to Wally’s – News – Journal Star

PONTIAC — The drive between Peoria and Chicago can be long, dull and devoid of convenient, clean places to use the restroom.

A new travel center in Pontiac purports to provide a solution to that last potential problem. Among other things.

Wally’s opened its first location earlier this month, at Interstate 55 and Illinois Route 116. It bills itself as “Home of the Great American Road Trip,” and a family-friendly one at that.

That friendliness extends to cleanliness, in the form of more than 40 bathroom outlets Wally’s President/CEO Michael Rubenstein assures will be hygienic.

“What’s the No. 1 thing that usually decides where to go on a road trip? Who has the cleanest bathrooms,” Rubenstein said.

Wally’s women’s restroom has 20 stalls, with floor-to-ceiling walls and doors. The men’s room has 10 similar stalls and 11 urinals.

“Just the size and openness of the bathrooms is really situated to the family traveler and to anyone looking to stop and have a good bathroom experience,” Rubenstein said.

The rest of the Wally’s experience includes 30,000 square feet of dining and shopping, as well as 76 fuel pumps outside.

Food options include bars for coffee, popcorn and beef jerky, as well as a carving station. None is part of a national franchise — all the food outlets are Wally’s-specific.

An 8,000-square-foot retail space offers proprietary shirts, hats, mugs, outdoors supplies and the usual items one might find at a truck stop.

But Wally’s isn’t a truck stop. That doesn’t mean truckers aren’t welcome, but Wally’s isn’t set up to accommodate tractor-trailers.

The differentiation from truck stops is by design, according to Rubenstein.

“They have showers on site and a separate truck entrance,” he said. “The maneuverability around a truck stop can be a little daunting for the family in the minivan, going down the road. That’s who we’re targeting.”

Originally from southwest of St. Louis, Rubenstein and Wally’s Chairman Chad Wallis have driven I-55 numerous times between their home area and Chicago. They noticed a family-oriented travel center didn’t appear to be along the route.

Pontiac checked a lot of boxes regarding an initial Wally’s location, Rubenstein said.

It isn’t too close to Chicago or St. Louis. Local officials were welcoming. And it’s along Old U.S. Route 66, which passes through Rubenstein and Wallis’ hometowns.

“The mother road of U.S. highways,” Rubenstein said. “It wasn’t intentional by any means, but when it kind of came together, it really made sense and got us excited.”

The investment in the Pontiac Wally’s is north of $20 million, according to Rubenstein. The current company headquarters is in Houston. That area is home to Buc-ee’s, a Texas-centric travel-center chain that offers similarly spotless restrooms.

Rubenstein acknowledged the Buc-ee’s-Wally’s comparison but suggested his concept has more of a Midwestern flavor. A second location is planned, as are others in major Midwest travel corridors.

The coronavirus pandemic helped delay Wally’s debut, first set for early July. But an apparent, COVID-inspired public preference for highway trips instead of

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Inside Bake Off star Laura Adlington’s home with amazing all white kitchen, huge garden and outside pizza oven

WHEN Laura Adlington isn’t busy baking tasty treats in the Great British Bake Off tent, she can sit back and relax in her picture perfect home.

The popular Channel 4 show returned to our screens last night and the 31-year-old from Gravesend impressed the judges with her very own Freddie Mercury cake.

Great British Bake Off star Laura Adlington has a gorgeous all white kitchen filled with everything she needs to create the perfect treat

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Great British Bake Off star Laura Adlington has a gorgeous all white kitchen filled with everything she needs to create the perfect treatCredit: instagram.com/laura.adlington

But it’s not just her baked goods that look amazing as Laura also has a very lovely home too.

The baker has given a sneak peek into her beautiful home that she shares with her husband and police community support officer Matt.

Her kitchen boasts pristine white cupboards, matching utensils and wooden work tops.

The cooking space is decorated with fresh flowers and hand written cards that fit in perfectly with the simple yet stylish interior.

Laura is a digital manager from Kent

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Laura is a digital manager from Kent Credit: Mark Bourdillon/ Love Productions
Laura loves to display her tasty treats in her kitchen

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Laura loves to display her tasty treats in her kitchenCredit: instagram.com/laura.adlington
The garden is the perfect back drop for her Instagram snaps that show off her incredible cakes

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The garden is the perfect back drop for her Instagram snaps that show off her incredible cakesCredit: Instagram

But arguably her garden is the most impressive part of their humble abode.

It features a gorgeous koi pond, lavish outdoor seating and their very own outdoor pizza oven.

Matt took to Instagram last year to share some before and after pictures of the space and captioned the post: “I started planning the garden just over a year ago and can now finally say that it’s finished!

“It’s been a lot of hard work but so worth it and Laura and I can spend the summer enjoying it.

Her garden has a range of gorgeous flowers and bushes

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Her garden has a range of gorgeous flowers and bushes Credit: instagram.com/laura.adlington
The pair enjoyed their first pizza cooked in the oven back in May

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The pair enjoyed their first pizza cooked in the oven back in MayCredit: instagram.com/laura.adlington
Matt and Laura can enjoy the sunshine on their outdoor table and chairs

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Matt and Laura can enjoy the sunshine on their outdoor table and chairs

“The koi pond is 6ft deep and all the pipework and filters are hidden away.”

Laura’s passion for baking started when she was just eight-years-old, but admitted that it was only recently that she realised how good she actually is at it.

She loves creating things that show off her decorating skills and believes that she works very well under pressure.

Speaking about her time on the show, Laura said: “It was so surreal walking into the tent for the first time. My stomach was in knots and I was so nervous but excited at the same time.

The married couple have their own pizza oven outside

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The married couple have their own pizza oven outsideCredit: instagram.com/laura.adlington
The garden has perfectly cut grass

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The garden has perfectly cut grassCredit: instagram.com/laura.adlington
They have a fish pond located in the corner of the garden

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They have a fish pond located in the corner of the garden Credit: instagram.com/laura.adlington
It seems that Matt has a passion for gardening

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It seems that Matt has a passion for gardening Credit: instagram.com/laura.adlington

“It was a dream come true to finally be in ‘the’ tent. I kept pinching myself.”

Last night the first episode of GBBO

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Inside BBC Breakfast star Naga Munchetty’s beautiful garden



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Naga Munchetty regularly reveals glimpses inside her home on social media, and there’s one area she appears particularly proud of – her garden.

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The BBC Breakfast host lives in Hertfordshire with her husband James Haggar and their pet cats, and it appears that when they’re not out playing golf, they love nothing more than spending time in their garden – whether it’s for a workout or to relax in the sun.

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Naga showcased an area of her garden when she undertook a skipping challenge in April. The 45-year-old has a large patio where she exercised, with a lime green plant pot next to the lawn.

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Other photos shared by Naga revealed that she has painted her fence green and has a few trees and plants in a border alongside her lawn. Meanwhile, in one corner of the garden, the couple have painted their shed in a complementing shade of sage green.



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Naga has previously showcased her beautiful garden on Instagram

The garden is accessed via a set of double doors from Naga’s living room, a space she has previously unveiled in a photoshoot. It has wooden floors and white walls, and furniture include two cream leather sofas, a matching cream leather armchair, and a glass coffee table with a marble base in the middle of the room.

Speaking to the Daily Mail in 2016, Naga opened up about her home life and how she likes to spend her time indoors. “I moved to this house six years ago with my husband James Haggar, a TV director,” she explained. “And if I’m not away working I’ll be curled up on this sofa most nights watching TV and stroking my two Siamese cats, Kinky and Ronnie.



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The BBC Breakfast star’s living room leads out to the patio

“I was born and bred in south London, so living in Hertfordshire is a big change and I love it.

“I can look out of the window and see nothing but feels and I feel very safe here. I wanted a dog, but it wouldn’t fit our lifestyle, so we got the cats and they’re our pride and joy.”

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Former My Kitchen Rules star Ash Pollard shows off her bump and reveals her first child is overdue

‘Baby is late!’ Former My Kitchen Rules star Ash Pollard shows off her bump in fitted grey dress and reveals her first child is already overdue

Ash Pollard is set to welcome her first child with partner Pete Ferne any day now. 

In fact, the 34-year-old has revealed the bub is already overdue – joking that her baby has ‘bad habits’ and is tardy like their mother.

In an Instagram post shared on Saturday, the former My Kitchen Rules star shared a selfie in which she flaunted her baby bump. 

Hurry up! Ash Pollard (pictured) is set to welcome her first child with partner Pete Ferne any day now. In fact, the 34-year-old has revealed the bub is already overdue. She shared the above selfie on Saturday and joked that her baby is tardy like their mother

Hurry up! Ash Pollard (pictured) is set to welcome her first child with partner Pete Ferne any day now. In fact, the 34-year-old has revealed the bub is already overdue. She shared the above selfie on Saturday and joked that her baby is tardy like their mother 

Wearing a skin-tight grey dress with laced detailing at the bust, Ash looked unimpressed, clearly impatient to meet her little one. 

She wrote in the caption: ‘Y’all I’m still here! Baby is late (like its mother to a meeting). Father unimpressed with bad habits already starting in utero!’ 

Ash recently revealed she learned she was expecting while on the set of Seven’s All New Monty: Guys and Gals.

The former My Kitchen Rules star wrote in the caption: 'Y'all I'm still here! Baby is late (like its mother to a meeting). Father unimpressed with bad habits already starting in utero!'

The former My Kitchen Rules star wrote in the caption: ‘Y’all I’m still here! Baby is late (like its mother to a meeting). Father unimpressed with bad habits already starting in utero!’

Excited: Ash announced that she was expecting her first child with Peter (pictured) on her HIT 101.3 breakfast show in March

Excited: Ash announced that she was expecting her first child with Peter (pictured) on her HIT 101.3 breakfast show in March 

She told The Daily Telegraph: ‘I had no idea I was pregnant and I was so sick… just absolutely so ill during the filming of that show, I can’t even tell you.’ 

In between rehearsals for the strip show and early starts on Sea FM, the radio host thought she was just exhausted. 

‘I get up for breakfast radio every morning and was absolutely burning the candle at both ends, so I just thought it was that,’ Ash said. 

Some timing! Ash recently revealed she learned she was expecting while on the set of Seven's All New Monty: Guys and Gals

Some timing! Ash recently revealed she learned she was expecting while on the set of Seven’s All New Monty: Guys and Gals

Instead of pulling out of the show, Ash soldiered on, saying: ‘I just thought, ‘whatever, this is a great experience. Whatever is happening to you now is not that debilitating, just work through it’, which I did.’  

Ash announced tat she was expecting her first child with Peter on her HIT 101.3 breakfast show in March. 

The chef and former cooking show star has been dating the builder since 2017.  

She told The Daily Telegraph: 'I had no idea I was pregnant and I was so sick… just absolutely so ill during the filming of that show, I can't even tell you'

She told The Daily Telegraph: ‘I had no idea I was pregnant and I was so sick… just absolutely so ill during the filming of that show, I can’t even tell you’

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‘Home Improvement’ star Patricia Richardson explains why she left hit series

Patricia Richardson, who once starred as beloved matriarch Jill Taylor on “Home Improvement,” said she has no regrets leaving the hit series behind.

“The reason I turned down the ninth year of ‘Home Improvement’ was that I was a single parent and away from my kids too much,” the 67-year-old recently told Closer Weekly.

“I left the show, and I have to put my children first since then,” added Richardson, who is a real-life mom to 33-year-old son Henry Baker, as well as 27-year-old twins Roxanne and Joseph Baker. “That’s why I’ve kept quitting the business: to be with them.”

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The magazine added Richardson also turned down the $30 million offer to care for her ailing parents.

Patricia Richardson today. — Getty

Patricia Richardson today. — Getty

“I also passed up on another show that won, like, 30 Emmys,” she said. “But I don’t mean to sound like, ‘Oh, I sacrificed this huge thing for my children,’ because it’s what I wanted. Granted, it’s what they needed, but it was also what I needed because I missed them terribly. ‘Home Improvement’ had much longer days than most sitcoms. Because I was involved in all the writing, I was away from them more than I wanted and felt I missed so many things.”

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“Home Improvement” told the tale of Tim “The Tool Man” Taylor, a television host raising three sons with the help of his loyal co-host, his loving wife and their eccentric neighbor. It starred Tim Allen, Earl Hindman and Richard Karn, among others. The sitcom aired from 1991 until 1999.

Richardson told the publication she has fond memories of the show.

“Tim and I were always cracking each other up,” she explained. “We came up with so much of what you saw on the set every day. There was the time that Tim was throwing potatoes around at the male crew members and hit a female camerawoman in the face, so that became kind of a joke.

"Home Improvement" circa 1991. — Getty

“Home Improvement” circa 1991. — Getty

“I got hit in the head with a football more than once because it took so long for Disney to give the kids an outdoor space to play that was safe — and they weren’t that good at it! It was just a fun set, and we really were a family.”

However, Richardson admitted she wasn’t comfortable with being a celebrity during the height of the show’s popularity.

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“I really hated fame,” she said. [Co-star] Jonathan Taylor Thomas and I had similar reactions — he backed off, too, and went to school. I didn’t do charity events because I was desperate for time with my kids and husband, who was always mad I was never home. Hence the divorce.

“[And] when I had to [co-host] the [1994] Emmys, it was the worst day of my life. I was terrified. I was so stupid! In theater school, nobody ever talked to us about having

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