‘It’s all broken!’: Chloe Ferry urges her fans to ‘be careful’ after her patio furniture is knocked over and blown apart by Storm Arwen
Chloe Ferry has admitted she was ‘devastated’ after her outdoor furniture was knocked over and ‘smashed’ by Storm Arwen on Friday night.
The Geordie Shore star, 26, took to her Instagram Stories to showcase the damage done by the storm on Saturday morning.
Filming in the high winds, she showed her fire pit and patio furniture blown over her yard.
Distressed: Chloe Ferry has admitted she is ‘devastated’ after her garden furniture was knocked over and ‘smashed’ by Storm Arwen on Friday night
She said, ‘Guys, oh my god, look at the wind! My fire pit, my chairs—it’s all blown over.’
She then filmed the floor to show shards of glass covering the grass and knocking her plants over.
‘Oh my god, it’s all broken! Oh no!’ she said.
Devastated: The Geordie Shore star, 26, took to her Instagram stories to show off the damage done by the storm
Shattered: She then filmed the floor to show shards of glass covering the grass and her plants falling over
She shared her sadness at the sight and wrote of the videos: “Devastated.”
Chloe later went back to her Story to warn her followers to be careful, saying, “Guys, just be very, very careful when you walk through places for anything flying at you, because my whole yard, everything is lifted – really heavy objects .
‘Of course don’t worry that they break, they are replaceable, but you as a person, watch where you walk because everything in the street will be blown over.
Warning: Chloe later went back to her Story to warn her followers to be careful, saying, ‘Guys, just be very careful when walking through places for something flying on you’
Danger: She warned: ‘And I’d hate it if someone happens to you walking anywhere, so yeah, please be careful’
“And I’d hate to see someone hurt you walking anywhere, so yeah, please be careful.”
More than 80,000 homes in the UK are without electricity after storm Arwen ravaged the country overnight.
Wild storms reaching speeds of nearly 100 mph were recorded in Northumberland yesterday and a man in Northern Ireland was killed when his car was hit by a falling tree.
Although the Met Office’s rare red weather warning expired early today, the forecaster said the orange and yellow wind warnings remained in effect, with gusts of 70 mph in many areas expected today and flooding along the northeast coast.
Friday night’s Premiership game between Newcastle Falcons and Worcester Warriors was postponed due to safety concerns.
And in North Wales, ITV was forced to reschedule Friday night’s live episode of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! amid concerns that bad weather would disrupt broadcasting around Gwrych Castle.
Scary: More than 80,000 UK homes are without electricity after storm Arwen ravaged the country overnight