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Inside Dancing On Ice star Brendan Cole’s gorgeous Majorca holiday home where he spent lockdown

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DANCING On Ice star Brendan Cole soaked up the Spanish sunshine during the Coronavirus pandemic. The ex-Strictly dancer, 45, and his model wife Zoe Hobbs, 37, escaped to their Majorca holiday home during the UK lockdown.

Located close to the beach, the property certainly looks like the perfect getaway for the couple and their children Aurelia, seven, and two-year-old Danté.

Complete with a private swimming pool, a huge lush garden, a grand terrace, and a relaxed Mediterranean aesthetic throughout, the home looks more like a five-star boutique hotel.

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