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Inside Strictly star Karen Hauer’s London home with her cute dogs and incredible garden

STRICTLY star Karen Hauer lives in stunning London flat with her cute dogs and an incredible garden.

Kevin Clifton’s ex wife has given fans a glimpse into her amazing life on Instagram after recently splitting from boyfriend David Webb.

Strictly star Karen Hauer resides in a beautiful flat in London with her two dogs

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Strictly star Karen Hauer resides in a beautiful flat in London with her two dogsCredit: Instagram

The talented dancer and fitness enthusiast, 35, shares a beautiful modern home with her gorgeous dogs Marley and Phoebe.

The tidy pad has a large open plan space where Karen is often seen working out in her videos on Instagram.

Her living room gets a full blast of daylight thanks to the sliding doors that lead outside.

There, Karen has set up a mini-gym complete with an exercise bike, rope weights and yoga mats scattered across the patio.

Karen works out with one of her pooches Phoebe

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Karen works out with one of her pooches Phoebe
Her living room boasts plenty of space and light for her home workout videos

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Her living room boasts plenty of space and light for her home workout videosCredit: Instagram
She is often seen with her adorable pets as they take over her videos

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She is often seen with her adorable pets as they take over her videosCredit: Instagram
Karen is a huge dog lover

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Karen is a huge dog loverCredit: Instagram

Back indoors, Karen likes to relax on her huge corner sofa with her dogs and a glass of red wine.

There are personal accents around the home too, including picture frames and artwork.

The place, where she has been busy staying in shape ahead of Strictly returning on Saturday, has a pretty garden.

Meanwhile, the bedrooms boast built in wardrobes and more sleek pine floors.

Inside Strictly star Karen Hauer’s London flat with three cute dogs and incredible garden
Karen's bedrooms boast built in wardrobes

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Karen’s bedrooms boast built in wardrobes
The star has a pretty garden with furniture that her furry friends take over

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The star has a pretty garden with furniture that her furry friends take over
She is obsessed with her dogs Phoebe and Marley

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She is obsessed with her dogs Phoebe and Marley

Karen

Will Karen Handel take back the House seat she won in 2017 and lost in 2018?

Georgia’s 6th Congressional District has seen one of the hardest turns left of any House seat during Donald Trump’s presidency.



Karen Handel et al. standing next to a knife


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Longtime GOP Rep. Tom Price easily won reelection in 2016 before being plucked as Trump’s Health and Human Services secretary in what turned out to be a short-term gig. A June 2017 special election to replace Price ended in victory for Republican Karen Handel, a businesswoman who was once the deputy chief of staff to second lady Marilyn Quayle.

But Handel’s House tenure was short. She lost 18 months later to Democratic challenger and gun control activist Lucy McBath, the mother of Jordan Davis, who at 17 was shot and killed following an argument at a gas station in Florida about loud music.

Now, Handel is seeking a rematch in a district that includes many of Atlanta’s affluent northern suburbs, once a GOP stronghold. The area was once represented by House Speaker Newt Gingrich and Rep. Johnny Isakson, who later became a senator. But like the state of Georgia, the district is now much more mixed politically, with an influx of professional-class workers, immigrants, and retirees from the Northeast and elsewhere who once flocked to Florida.

The campaign of Joe Biden, the Democratic presidential nominee, is heavily targeting the district, as are two Democratic Senate candidates in search of swing voters. That’s all likely to help McBath as she tries to prove she’s not a one-term wonder in Congress.

Officials with the House Republicans’ campaign arm aren’t particularly enthusiastic about Handel’s comeback bid, but they’re backing her as the GOP nominee. Handel’s views on social issues are deemed too conservative for the district. However, she does have name recognition, having been Georgia’s secretary of state from 2007 to 2010 before pursuing a gubernatorial