âEverything’s Shattered!â: Chloe Ferry urges fans to âbe carefulâ after her patio furniture is knocked over and destroyed by Storm Arwen
Chloe Ferry admitted she was “devastated” after her patio furniture was knocked over and “smashed” by Storm Arwen on Friday night.
The Geordie Shore star, 26, took to her Instagram stories to show the damage caused by the storm on Saturday morning.
Filming in the strong winds, she showed how her fireplace and patio furniture were blown into her garden.
Distressed: Chloe Ferry admitted she was ‘devastated’ after her patio furniture was knocked over and ‘smashed’ by Storm Arwen on Friday night
She said, âGuys, oh my god, watch the wind! My home, my chairs, everything is gone.
She then filmed the ground to show shards of glass littering the grass and its upturned plants.
âOh my god, everything is broken! Oh no!’ she said.
Devastated: Geordie Shore star, 26, used her Instagram stories to show the damage caused by the storm
Shattered: She then filmed the ground to show shards of glass littered on the grass and its upturned plants
Sharing her distress at the sight, she wrote through the videos: “Devastated”.
Chloe then picked up her story to warn her followers to be careful, saying, “Guys, be really very careful walking around places that fly at you because my whole garden, everything has been lifted – very objects. heavy.
âObviously don’t worry about them breaking, they can be replaced, but you as a person are watching the places you walk around because everything on the street is turned upside down.
Disclaimer: Chloe later picked up her story to warn her followers to be careful, saying, “Guys, be really, really careful walking around for anything flying at you.”
Danger: She warned, “And I would hate anything to happen to anyone when you walk somewhere, so yeah, be careful”
“And I would hate if anything happened to someone when you walked somewhere, so yes, please be careful.”
More than 80,000 homes in the UK were left without electricity after the country was battered by Storm Arwen overnight.
Fierce gales 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.
As the Met Office’s rare red weather warning expired early in the day, the forecaster said the orange and yellow wind warnings remained in place, with gusts of 70 mph expected in many areas today. and flooding along the northeast coast.
Friday night’s Premiership rugby match between the Newcastle Falcons and the Worcester Warriors has been postponed due to security concerns.
And in North Wales, ITV was forced to pre-tap Friday night’s live episode of I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here! amid fears that bad weather could interfere with the spread around Gwrych Castle.
Scary: More than 80,000 UK homes were left without power after the country was battered by Storm Arwen overnight