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Kate Garraway reveals her VERY messy bedroom on Good Morning Britain as Ben Shephard calls her 'filth'

The 51-year-old star showed off her bedroom after she admitted she is obsessed with new Netflix series, Tidying Up with Marie Kondo.

Ben Shephard called Kate "filth" after seeing open draws, bags of clothes, and shoes  scattered across her home, and Ben squealed: "For heavens sake Kate!

"How do you live like that? You're like the hoarder next door … just have a tidy room and a tidy mind Kate."

She later revealed her mum was disgusted by the mess when she found a hairy grape that exploded with mould.

She said: "My mum went into my bedroom and touched what she thought was a peach. It was actually a grape with so much fur around it that when she touched it it exploded, throwing spores everywhere."


Ben got out a bottle of antibacterial and replied: "Kate you are filth. Can we get dettol? I feel dirty sitting next to you".

Viewers were left divided, after Ben revealed he folds his underwear and Charlotte Hawkins showed off her colour-coordinated wardrobe.

One fan said: "Tidiness is a sign of a sick mind. So Kate Garaway….stay as you are"

Another agreed on Twitter, writing: "I think I love @kategarraway more now after seeing her messy bedroom floor… gotta love a floordrobe! @GMB #gmb"


Kate revealed she is trying to be organised and is obsessed with Netflix series, Tidying Up with Marie Kondo.

Marie has taken the world by storm with her unique tidying methods and recommends the "spark joy" test.

Essentially, if an item doesn't bring you much happiness or use then you should leave it out.

In a video with Apartment Therapy, Marie shared her best tips and tricks on how to pack better and fit more items into a suitcase.

She starts the video by explaining that everything should be laid out, before you categorise your clothing by type.

While most people recommends rolling clothes to save space, she says that folding and packing your clothes vertically can "save space".

 

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