Through the Keyhole 2019: Inside the stunning home of Olympics swimmer Rebecca Adlington

Through the Keyhole is a remake of the panel show from the 1990s. Now fronted by Keith Lemon, celebrities sit on a panel to guess who the owner is of the homes the comedian has paid visits to. Dropping plenty of clues, in one segment, he visited the home of Rebecca Adlington, 29. So, what exactly does her luxurious pad in south Manchester look like?

The now-retired Olympics swimmer occupies a semi-detached family home, which is surrounded by foliage.

Inside, there is a light and airy hallway.

As he stepped through the front door, Keith pointed out a shoe rack, which currently holds an array of children’s shoes – likely to belong to Rebecca’s daughter Summer, who was born in 2015.

There is also a cream-toned living space, which currently serves as a play room for the youngster.

In this room, which has a large shelving unit lined with books and toys, there is also some home gym equipment.

The next stop on the property tour saw viewers get an insight to Rebecca’s dressing room.

And, it is in this space in which a framed photograph of Rebecca receiving her OBE from Queen Elizabeth II sits.

Muted tones seem to be a running theme in this modern property, with this contemporary style running through to the bathroom.

Pale-toned tiles line the walls, with a section of the room featuring fresh white paint.

The en-suite master bedroom features a similar look.

The double bed has a stylish grey headboard, with a pale grey and white striped duvet to match.

Rebecca lives in the comfortable home with her daughter Summer.

She retired from competitive swimming at the age of 23 back in 2013, and married former swimmer Harry Needs a year later.

However, the pair announced their separation two years later, in March 2016.

Last week, Keith took a tour of Sabrina the Teenage Witch actor Melissa Joan Hart’s home.

Through the Keyhole continues next Saturday on ITV at 9.25pm.