Inside Martin Lewis home as Money Saving Expert reveals state-of-art studio
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Martin Lewis has given a glimpse into the London home he shares with wife and their nine-year-old daughter Sapphire Susan.
The Money Saving Expert, 49, who joined Susanna Reid on Good Morning Britain on Monday, has a gorgeous home with his wife of 12 years, presenter of BBC's technology programme, Click, Lara Lewington, 42.
The finance guru has shared a glimpse of his state-of-the art home studio with his 129,000 Instagram followers which he put together in light of the coronavirus lockdown filming restrictions last year.
In one shot of his home studio set-up there is a huge lit-up sign with the letter 'MLMS' as Martin sits behind a desk with the hashtag of his name at the front as well as lighting and cameras to get the perfect shot.
The black background also has one wall which appears to be wallpapered in a print of office files.
Sharing the picture taken by his daughter he wrote: "Very strange working on my home office now it's permanently set up as a studio for my show. PS thanks mini MSE for taking such a good photo PPS I am in my running gear, ready for exercise when I get time."
Meanwhile Martin recently shared a snap of the "new addition" to the home studio which saw his wife Lara pictured on the TV screen.
He penned: "Nice new addition to my home office. How long can you keep a picture on pause before it damages the telly?"
The dad-of-one also has an impressive collection of awards along with his collection of six books on managing finances.
Martin, who according to The Sunday Times Rich List is said to have a small fortune worth £128 million as of 2019, also provides answers to ITV viewers who call in with questions on This Morning phone-ins.
The money expert had been classed as an essential worker as he had been providing help for small businesses and the self-employed with help navigating the lockdown and the government packages that were on offer.
But Martin revealed he felt anxious travelling into work and returning home at the end of the day last year amid the pandemic.
He wrote in April last year on Twitter: "About to leave home for the first time in a week, to walk to the studio for my show.
"Genuinely feel anxious, been lucky to be able to stay home, in our safe bubble. Puts me in awe of NHS and other key workers out daily for the greater good."
He then joked: "As soon as I got in Mrs MSE asked me to take all my clothes off. Thought it must've been a really good show.
"Then she explained she wanted to me put everything in the wash as I'd been outside the house, and I should go shower."
Martin explained the decision to film from home was something they would never have considered as they like to keep their family life private.
Answering questions about an interview done via Skype with his home in the background, where he revealed that he had his gym gear on the bottom and a shirt on top.
Martin responded: "For years we've deliberately NEVER – done at home shoots – filmed at home – put our daughters pic online.
"I.e we keep our private space private. Covid's forced change."
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In another picture shared by his wife Lara, she showed her own mini studio set-up for her own BBC Click show, which showed a smaller light and camera.
A little more glam, Lara had added a plush black velvet chair flanked by two lamps on silver cloth tables.
The presenter joked: "WFH in our house: @itvMLshow downstairs, @BBCClick upstairs. I know @MartinSLewis has a bigger light, but it’s not a competition."
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