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Inside Dermot O'Leary's £3.5m London pad as his wife Dee Koppang gives birth

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a person standing in front of Dermot O'Leary, Dermot O'Leary posing for the camera: Inside Dermot O'Leary's chic London pad as he and wife Dee Koppang welcome first child © Provided by Irish Mirror Inside Dermot O'Leary's chic London pad as he and wife Dee Koppang welcome first child

Dermot O’Leary and wife Dee Koppang have brought their newborn home to their swish London pad.

They began their parenthood journey on Saturday after welcoming a sweet baby boy into the world.

The X Factor host, 46, has become a proud dad to his son after Dee revealed her road to pregnancy had been a "rocky" one.

But despite the struggles, the pair are elated now that they get to bring their bundle of joy into their stylish London pad.

And what a treat that is - as their swanky townhouse situated in the gorgeous Primrose Hill in London.

The pair - who tied the knot in 2012 - snapped up the fancy pad for an eye-watering £3.5million.

Dermot O'Leary et al. posing for the camera: The pair welcomed their first child on Saturday © Dave Benett/Getty Images The pair welcomed their first child on Saturday

Dermot and his wife tailor-made the house's interior to show their true personalities and it's safe to say both of them know a thing or two when it comes to style.

Complete with a statement staircase, rustic walls and flooring, this house has got what it takes to make anyone envious.

a person standing in a kitchen: The pair's entrance features stunning exposed brick © Provided by Irish Mirror The pair's entrance features stunning exposed brick

The house's grand entrance hall is adorned with exposed brick walls as well as stacked firewood.

It gives the property a countryside feel, despite it being in the heart of the bustling city of London.

Stylish wooden stairs lead up to the second floor of the house which include the pair's swanky bedroom.

a person standing posing for the camera: The living room boasts a small bar and some impressive wall art © Provided by Irish Mirror The living room boasts a small bar and some impressive wall art

Downstairs though is enough to make you pause, as some huge floor-to-ceiling windows look out on the plush garden outside.

The pair - who share their pad with their two cats - opted for a grey and white colour palette for the pad.

This has a modern yet timeless feel of character.

a group of people in a room: Dermot and Dee have two cats in their swanky London pad © Provided by Irish Mirror Dermot and Dee have two cats in their swanky London pad

Dermot's living room is clearly the room in which he entertains his A-list guests.

The walls are decorated with an intricate butterfly display.

a woman standing in front of a mirror posing for the camera: The house features huge mirrors for perfect selfie ops © Provided by Irish Mirror The house features huge mirrors for perfect selfie ops

The room is also stocked up with a cosy bar features any and every time of drink you can imagine.

a close up of a flower garden: The pair's garden is adorned with stunning buddleia butterfly bush flowers © Provided by Irish Mirror The pair's garden is adorned with stunning buddleia butterfly bush flowers

A gorgeous chandelier hangs in the centre of the lounge, making it a true statement piece of the entire room.

The lovebirds cook up a storm in their stylish kitchen which boasts an anchor shaped light and some exposed cabinets stocks with supplies.

a person sitting at a table: The kitchen features a huge anchor light © Provided by Irish Mirror The kitchen features a huge anchor light

The kitchen is mostly a white hue, with the floors of the room being a dark grey colour.

Mirrors are hung throughout the house to bring extra reflections of light into the rooms.

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