Rochelle Humes has a £3,599 village shop installed in the garden for her children

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Rochelle Humes has given a glimpse inside the incredible village shop that she has had installed in the garden for her three adorable children.

The Saturdays singer, 32, who shares daughters Alaia-Mai, eight, Valentina, four, and eight month old son Blake with former JLS star Marvin Humes, 36, offered a sneak peek of the gorgeous playhouse.

Mum-of-three Rochelle revealed that she enlisted the help of Tinytown Playhomes to bring her drawings of the miniature village shop to life and described how she was “chuffed” with the result.

The black-and-white style shop, which retails at £3,599 for similar designs on the website, boasts pretty windows with adorable striped awnings and even a sign above the door which reads: “Humes Village Shop”.

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The bespoke design has a varnished decking area which features a fruit and vegetable stand and two pretty potted plants to add a splash of green.

Sharing the finished design with her 2.1million Instagram followers, Rochelle was seen playing with Valentina in the playhouse and requested “a burger and chips” from her adorable little girl.

She penned: “Oh my goodness this isn’t an ad at all but a shoutout for an incredible small business. I drew what I wanted and @tinytown_playhomes delivered.”

A fresh-faced Rochelle looked over-the-moon with the gorgeous garden accessory, adding: “Genuinely so happy with it – I can’t tell you how much I love it out here now!

“We had one at our old house, we had a little Wendy house and a little shop to match. But when we moved the people that bought it had young grandkids and they really wanted us to keep it there and so obviously we said of course they could have it – with tears coming down my eyes!”

The What About Us songstress revealed how her daughters missed their old playhouses and as a birthday present for her eldest daughter Alaia-Mai, who turned eight in May, the couple purchased the village shop.

The Wiltshire-based company also posted the gorgeous playhouse on their Instagram, adding: “We had the pleasure of delivering this striking black and white village shop playhouse yesterday for the lovely Humes family.

“It rained the whole time but was worth it to see how this one turned out. The first playhouse with this colour scheme. Everyone was chuffed with the end result.”

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