Vicky Pattison enjoys outdoor date night after moving house and having 'no furniture'

VICKY Pattison enjoyed a date night in the garden of her new dream home yesterday as the new pad has no furniture.

The former Geordie Shore star, 33, didn't seem to mind the al fresco arrangement as she dined with boyfriend Ercan Ramadan.

She dressed up for the romantic occasion, wearing a stylish floral dress and nude heels as she reclined on her patio.

A small wooden table was topped with a bouquet of flowers, candles and fancy cutlery.

It was all set out on a white rug, with cushions for the couple to sit on.

Vicky wrote: "No furniture?! No problem 😂😍 Welcome to my surprise date night set up for my Mr @ercan_ram!!! I’m really having to get creative atm with our current living situation but I am loving it 😂😍💕.

"Huge Thankyou to the gorgeous @thesocialset_up for this incredible date night vibe!!! He is going to love it 😍."

Earlier this month we revealed the couple had finally bought their dream £1.5million home.

The house has five bedrooms, three bathrooms and three large reception rooms as well as a stylish kitchen.

The high specification includes solid white quartz work surfaces in the kitchen and under floor heating in the bathrooms.

Buzzing about her move on Instagram, Vicky shared a picture of her beaming on the doorstep.

She captioned the happy images: "Proper pinch me moment today as I went to see our new home and have a little walk through with our designer! It is just as beautiful as I remembered and I’m so excited to get our teeth in to decorating it and turning it in to our dream home.

"I’ve debated posting this as the last thing I want to do is come across as smug or bloody showing off – especially in a year that has presented so many hardships for so many people.

"But I’ve always been super honest on Instagram, showing the good as well as the bad – and it’s important for us to celebrate our wins as much as it is for us to own our losses. So here goes."

She continued: "I am not a flashy person, I don’t have fancy cars (predominantly because I can’t drive to be fair), expensive watches don’t interest me and ostentatious shows of wealth have never been my cup of tea.

"I grew up understanding the importance of hard work and subsequently I respect what I earn and my goal has always been the same – I wanted to look after my family and friends & have a nice house.

"For years I was told that I wouldn’t amount to anything, I had agents tell me not to leave Geordie Shore – I’d be a fool to walk away – as there was nothing for me outside of that show, I had people tell me I’d never be in the jungle – they’d never put someone like you in there, boyfriends tell me I wasn’t good enough, I was told I’d never be able to do shows on channels like the BBC.

"I have been doubted, put down and told to stay in my lane – and the sad thing is – if you are told anything enough, you start to believe it."

Vicky added the post was for anyone who has ever been doubted or put down, and that she hoped it would inspire people to be kinder to themselves and the best version of who they are each day.

She said: "If you work hard, be kind and put good things out there… There is only one way your life will go guys. Remember, that little girls with dreams become women with vision.

"And there is no way you can stop a woman who knows what she wants in life and isn’t afraid to go for it. Here’s to all the dream chasers."

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