PUBLISHED: 14:01, Wed, Sep 9, 2020 | UPDATED: 14:45, Wed, Sep 9, 2020
Britain's Got Talent 2020 judge Amanda Holden, 49, who also hosts on Heart FM, has decided to transform one of her daughters' playhouses into a luxurious palace for her rabbits Princess and Beatrice to live in. Her furry friends will supposedly be able to snooze in their own bunk beds in comfort in the back garden.
Amanda loves these rabbits
While Amanda shares her two daughters, Hollie, eight, and Alexa, 14, with her husband Chris Hughes, she wanted to spoil the other two very important members of their family.
The ITV star's conversion includes straw-lined beds, a kitchenette and even a sitting room.
Fans even saw a cushion with Amanda's face sitting on a chair in the living room.
"Amanda loves these rabbits, and they’re treasured members of the family," a source began.
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Amanda Holden spends 6K on home for rabbits (Image: PA)
Amanda Holden wanted to spoil her bunnies to a luxury home (Image: AManda Holden Instagram)
They continued to tell The Sun: "It’s only right they live like starlets.”
A representative for Amanda told the Mirror: "The playhouse was purchased six years ago for Lexi and Hollie to play in, but they’ve outgrown it now.
"Converting it into a home for the rabbits has cost just £200. Rather than dismantling it, Amanda has simply recycled it."
The bunny mansion also has a freshly painted gate and front door.
Amanda Holden shares bunny home online (Image: Amanda Holden instagram)
Amanda Holden reveals secret to young face (Image: pa)sonos