PADDY McGuinness's brief moment of quiet hidden away in his luxury toilet was shattered by his pet cat.
The comedian, 47, sought refuge from his family in his fancy lav, keen for a few moments of a solitude.
But he shared his disappointment at being rumbled with his fans in a short clip filmed on his loo.
Sitting in a blue T-shirt, Paddy said: "Hello there, I come live and direct to you from my toilet, the only sacred place I have in my house… until now.
He then wrote: "Man has two places of solitude, the shed and the toilet. I do not own a shed and now, it seems, I no longer own a toilet!"
Paddy, wife Christine, and their three children moved into a new house shortly before Christmas.
The TV presenter and RHOC star documented the big move on their separate Instagram pages.
The property has modern white walls, a curved staircase and marble floors in the reception area.
Christine, 32, took to her page to reveal a cute drawing of the family placed on the stylish flooring, and gushed how the property felt "a very happy home."
She also added how their kids had settled "very well" and captured a glimpse of them snuggled on her cosy bed.
Topped with a fluffy white throw, Christine has kept the entirety of the bedroom's colour scheme neutral with white sheets and cream walls.
A statement lamp can be seen on one wall, with dark grey curtains adding an elegant edge.
The grey colouring continues into the bathroom where the pair's cat Millie could be seen stretched out under the split sink.
The rest of the bathroom follow's the home's marble trend, with a white stone floor, walls and toilet.
The ITVBe star then have her Instagram followers a glimpse of the idyllic Cheshire countryside which sets a backdrop to her garden in a picturesque shot.
In a caption posted to her Instagram page, model Christine told how the move had gone as smoothly as possible.
She wrote: "Thank you to everyone who has sent their best wishes recently to our new home!🏡❤️
"The children have settled very well, and Millie (with a willy) has come with us 😻 it’s been a big change for everyone but as always my babies have made me super proud with how well they’ve coped.
"We have still got so much to do to finished it completely and so many boxes to unpack but already this place feels like a very happy home."
Meanwhile, alongside a snap showing him taping up boxes, Paddy wrote: "We’ve been renting for nigh on five years and this will be the fourth time we’ve moved in as many years.
"I never want to tape together another cardboard box ever!!!!
"On the plus side we’re now packing to finally move into our own house!!!!"
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