Gemma Collins gets a sequinned swimming pool as she reveals ultimate garden makeover

GEMMA Collins has unveiled an enormous sequin-covered swimming pool in her garden – bearing her inititals.

The 40-year-old former Towie star has given her Essex garden an incredible makeover and shared the results with fans.

Gemma has overseen a huge overhaul as her 'Costa Del Collins' mansion in recent months as she brings Marbella to the home counties.

The garden, which also features huge lawns, elegantly styled trees and a large statue of a horse has been personally styled by Gemma.

She shared videos of a team of workers putting together the blingtastic wall around her existing pool.

Turquoise and silver, it has a jagged step pattern on one side and the initials GC on the other.

It's identical to the wall she showed off in the summer when she boasted that she was "bringing Myknonos" to her back garden.

Back then the festival vibe was perfect for the scorching temperatures – but Gemma might not be quite so keen to dive it now September has rolled around.

The TV star has set her sights on becoming a mum and said she’d love to give birth in front of the world.

The reality TV star is making a show about falling pregnant after rekindling her romance with Essex businessman Rami Hawash earlier this year.

And she’s been working on getting her body in shape – Gemma has been inspiring fans with fitness videos taken in the garden of her million pound mansion – losing an impressive four stone so far.

Gemma, who  suffers from polycystic ovary syndrome, has miscarried previously. She said: “I’m going to have a baby next year.

“Rami and I  are going to try — we’re really  excited about that.  It’s not so easy for me to get pregnant because of PCOS, so we’re going to make a show about that called Gemma Collins: Making the Baby."

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