JOE Wicks has stepped up to be the nation’s PE teacher as the UK goes into lockdown.
The fitness expert has been sharing 30-minute live YouTube videos from inside the lounge of his stunning London pad.
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Joe, aka The Body Coach, 33, and wife Rosie live in Richmond with their two children Indie, one, and three-month-old Marley.
And while his fitness skills have been leaving adults and children alike feeling puffed, his luxury digs are no doubt the envy of many.
Joe has invited the nation inside his gorgeous sitting room for the 9am sessions and he does the class right in front of his stunning white fireplace.
Behind him is a map of the world on the wall, and there are family photos, plants and ornaments placed on the shelves either side.
Off camera on the other side of the lounge is a large TV, and more shelves with family items.
He also has a comfy white sofa which is decorated with fluffy purple cushions and teal and pink pillows.
Following in the footsteps of the likes of Mrs Hinch and Stacey Solomon, he has a fluffy grey carpet, and chic marble floors.
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Elsewhere in the home, Joe also has his own gym, which certainly is handy given his line of work.
He’s also previously given fans a sneak peek inside his large open-plan kitchen, which features white tiles.
The lessons called "PE with Joe" are streamed live on Wicks' You Tube channel at 9am.
'The Body Coach TV' channel has 1.2million subscribers and Monday's first episode had over a million views.
There's no need for any equipment with Wicks' lessons designed to be done in living rooms using only bodyweight.
Wicks' sessions will provide relief for parents who are indoors with children all day while they're off school.
Taking to Instagram last week, Wicks said: "It's called PE with Joe. It's a workout specifically designed for kids because when the schools are closed there is no PE.
"Don't worry I've got you, I'm going to take this over and get your kids moving and feeling energised, positive, optimistic.”
So far they have been a roaring success, with many people praising him for brightening their moods.
Someone else tweeted: "Just did the #joewicks 30 min workout. Kids laughing at how unfit I am.
“Going to do it everyday and when football starts again join a team. Feel knackered but happier."
Someone else said: "Thanks Joe Wicks for confirming how unfit I am. Here's to tomorrow."
Another added: “Kids said this was the most fun part of their day yesterday! Looking forward to joining you again today. Thank you.”
Here's how you can watch Joe's videos during the lockdown.
It comes after Britain's schools were closed indefinitely as the Government battles to control the spread of coronavirus.
Meanwhile, here's how other celebs are homeschooling your kids during coronavirus lockdown.
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