CHARLOTTE Church’s ‘nightmare’ £1.5m mansion is almost complete as Dream Build returns to Really and Discovery+.
The former singer says the hit-TV show, which follows the transformation of Charlotte’s mansion in Wales, will be returning for a second series.
The Welsh popstar teased fans with the relaunch of the popular TV series, which follows her jaw-dropping transformation of her home in Wales.
Dream Build first aired in January 2022 on Really and Discovery+ and documented how the singer transformed the former home fashion star, Laura Ashley.
The show follows Charlotte as she goes through the highs and lows of property development, a process she described as ‘healing’.
Charlotte says her team are “so close” to finishing the project and that the popular show will be coming back.
The mansion sits in the Elan Valley in mid-Wales and is one of Charlotte’s biggest lifetime achievements, as she admitted she pumped all of her savings into it.
Charlotte shares her dreams of turning the mansion into a holiday getaway together with a wellness center and wedding venue.
Charlotte and her family were seen undertaking the project across an eight-part TV series.
The star shared the news with her 102,000 followers, and said it has been a “hell of a ride” so far as she confirmed the second series is returning.
Charlotte said: “Hi guys. I’m Charlotte Church and I am so excited to share with you the second series of Dream Build, which is my project in mid-Wales where I’m turning a beautiful old house, that used to belong to Laura Ashley, into a retreat center.
“We are so close to finishing and it’s been one hell of a ride. So I can’t wait to share that with you and have your feedback and see what you think.
“So make sure you are tuned into Really and Discovery+ so that you can keep on top of all the updates but it’s coming very, very soon. I can’t wait for you to see the journey.”
Fans of the show, were thrilled after hearing the good news.
One commented: “I’m so excited to see the new series and see how all your hard work has come together.”
Another excited fan also said: “Cannot wait! I’ve been looking forward to this for ages.”
Another chimed in: “ Can’t wait to see how it progresses.”
“So pleased, absolutely loved the first series”, one fan cheered.
“Great stuff, I have been wondering how you got on. The first series was so good,” another remarked.
The first series saw Charlotte navigating through the house development process, reflecting on her journey and documenting all the challenges she faced.
Charlotte said: “The start of this project – the naivety, the hope, the dreams that I had at the beginning just seemed very… um. I feel a lot older and I feel a bit more jaded, just because I do feel like it’s taken a lot out of me and I am really learning at a rate of knots.
“I do feel like it’s been a slog, it hasn’t all been fairies and daisies and woodland walks, I think it’s been a bit of a slog for me.”
She added: “We are creating something really special here with some really amazing people and whether we like it or not, it is a healing journey already and sometimes it’s very challenging and it’s confrontational but it’s also a complete privilege.”
The show proved to be a real success, after series one aired and viewers were hooked.
The series ended leaving viewers wondering how Charlotte would complete this project, since there was still much to do inside and out.
This included planning and construction of the woodland log cabins, the staircase construction and installation, and lastly, the planning permission for change of use for the main house.
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