Little Mix star Perrie Edwards looks to be having quite a lot of fun during lockdown owing to the fact that she has bought a trampoline and installed it in her garden.
The Black Magic singer, who lives with her boyfriend Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain showcased her new toy on her Instagram earlier this week by uploading footage of herself joyfully bouncing and pulling shapes on the fun new addition to their large garden.
The blonde bombshell laughed as she did karate kicks and flips, then captioned the clip: "F*****g howling, I hate myself."
Perries' fun times in isolation comes after her Liverpool midfielder boyfriend called the 26 year old a "proper house-wifey" before confessing that she's converted him into loving Sunday roasts after impressing him with her cooking skills.
The amount of fun the star was having got us to thinking and we thought that for those with space, a trampoline would be a great addition to any house with a garden during this lockdown period.
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And luckily, although many people have had a similar idea and lots online are sold out, there is still a large one available from Argos, and it only costs £100.
The Sportspower 8ft Folding Trampoline is great because it has a protective net to keep kids safe from falling. The product description states that it “has developed the galvanised steel Quad Lok style frame plus safety enclosure – for quick, convenient storage and protection. So now you can bounce all day long, or use it as a fort when you're tired from bouncing.”
However, for those with young kids it is important to note that theses type of trampolines are only for those aged six and above and should only be used under adult supervision.
Although that probably won’t be a problem at the moment because whole families are home, it is important to keep an eye out.
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The maximum weight it can hold is 100kg, and only one child (or adult) at a time can bounce. The best part about their trampoline is the protective netting can easily fold down to stop it from being an eye-saw when you’re not using it.
But if trampolines are not to your liking, Aldi are selling an inflatable spa pool for £349.99 and it looks incredible. The hot tub has an insulated ground mat and 120 massaging warm air jets; with that in your garden, staying home doesn't seem so bad at all!
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