Zoe Ball wows fans with photos of her incredible garden

Radio 2 presenter Zoe Ball has left her followers amazed, after sharing photos of the gorgeous garden at her brand new £970,000 East Sussex property.

The 47-year-old gave a glimpse into the garden of her new home on her Instagram account. She posted a picture of herself and a friend sitting in the garden, on some comfy looking grey outdoor furniture.

She captioned the picture, 'Pretty maids all in a row. #howdoesyourgardengrow#sundaysunday'

Followers of the presenter were stunned by the garden, and rightly so, it seems. With a pretty impressive brick facade all around, and gorgeous purple wisteria hanging off the trees, it almost looks like something from a fairy tale.

Zoe Ball has also completed her garden with a row of fairy lights, for summer nights spent outside, and a range of potted plants.

Her 191,000 followers couldn't believe how pretty the garden looked, commenting in their droves to praise the lovely outdoor space. One fan wrote, 'Looks so lovely. What a super garden in your new home.'

While another of her followers agreed, 'wow looks such a nice setting lucky girl xx', and a third wrote, 'Stunning Zoe. The wisteria is absolutely beautiful.'

It Takes Two host Zoe moved into the new property in February, which is located in the small village of Ditchling, Sussex, within the South Downs.

She relocated to the area from her seafront Brighton home, just over a year after the death of her boyfriend Billy Yates. Billy committed suicide in May 2017.

Speaking soon after relocating, Zoe thanked her new neighbours for being so supportive after her move to the countryside. On Radio 2, she said, "Thank you to my new neighbours. I have been inundated with cards and flowers from people, which is so lovely."

The star also revealed that her new home is situated just next to the village church. Zoe said, "The bells are amazing. I know I have just taken up cycling. But I was thinking it would be quite good fun to be a bell-ringer."

Amy Hunt

Amy Hunt is an experienced digital journalist specialising in homes, interiors and hobbies. She began her career working as the features assistant at woman&home magazine, before moving over to the digital side of the brand where she eventually became the Lifestyle Editor up until January 2022. Amy won the Digital Journalist of the Year award at the AOP Awards in 2019 for her work on womanandhome.com.