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Chloe Ferry shows off ‘devastating’ damage to her garden as chairs go flying after Storm Arwen hits the UK

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CHLOE Ferry revealed the devastating damage Storm Arwen caused to her back garden on Friday night.

The Geordie Shore star, 26, took to Instagram to share a video of the damage the storm had caused.

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Chloe revealed the devastating damage Storm Arwen caused to her back garden on Friday night[/caption]

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Chloe’s garden furniture was completely smashed following Storm Arwen[/caption]

Walking through her back garden as the strong winds blew, the TV star showed fans how her fire pit and garden furniture had been blown across her garden.

She said: “Guys oh my god look at the wind! My fire pit, my chairs – it’s all blown over.”

Chloe then panned the camera to the ground to show shards of broken glass littered across the grass and her plants knocked over, while bits of wood could be seen scattered across the ground.

“Oh my God, it’s all smashed! Oh no!” she said.

She captioned the video: “Devastating.”

After returning inside her home, Chloe warned her fans to be careful amid the stormy weather.

“Guys just be really really careful when you’re walking places for anything flying on you,  because my whole garden, everything has been lifted up – really heavy items,” she urged.   


“Obviously not worried about them breaking, they can be replaced but you as a person, watch where you are walking places because everything in the street is blown over. 

“And I’d hate for anything to happen to anyone when you’re walking somewhere, so yeah please be careful.”

Trains have been cancelled and hundreds of passengers have faced long delays at Stansted as blizzards and gales blast in today as Storm Arwen lashes the country with 100mph winds.

Police have urged people to stay at home with disruption for anyone attempting to travel.

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Chloe plants and garden furniture were flown across her garden after the storm[/caption]

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Chloe urged ger fans to stay safe amid the stormy weather[/caption]



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