Inside Holby City star Rosie Marcel’s incredible home with neon lounge
Rosie Marcel, who is best known for playing cardiothoracic surgeon Jac Naylor, on the hit medical drama Holby City leads a rather private life – rarely being seen in the media.
But, her social media followers are lucky enough to be invited into the redheads home that she shares with husband Ben Stacey and daughter Beau Marcel Stacey.
The family also lives with four adorable dogs, who all share a bed in a rather exclusive hideaway located underneath the kitchen counter.
Inside the getaway are two huge beds, which allow her four pups to cuddle up when they decide they want to rest their paws.
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Behind their hideaway is the family kitchen which boasts a wooden worktop and sink – illuminated by hanging lights which are carefully framed with a black lampshade.
On the wall furthest away from the worktop are white tiles that feature wooden shelves – homing wooden jars and the family crockery set.
Rosie's living area is a large open plan area, which features an L-shaped sofa illuminated by a neon heart.
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Her living room leas onto the garden as well as the open-plan dining room.
Its stripped-back aesthetic runs throughout the home, with black flooring, a black and white dining table and a black bookcase.
The room is illuminated with spotlights and a skylight.
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Rosie's character, Jac, has recently been taking part in a mental health storyline.
Jac recently suffered a breakdown after a string of tragic events in her life.
However, the scenes somewhat echoed real-life scenes from Rosie's life.
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Speaking on This Morning in November, Rosie said: "It was a really difficult decision to play this storyline for me. Really difficult decision.
"I didn't want to do it. I won't lie about it, I was really angry about it, because I thought I was exactly the wrong person to be doing this storyline."
She continued: "The wonderful [producer] Kate Oates had a really long conversation about it, and between the two of us we found a way to do it.
"It just became a very important story to tell – not just for people who have mental health problems, but also for me in particular because I'm a woman and I really struggled with it myself, and having a child and not going to work and seeing that child."
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