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Joe Wicks has given fans a look into his new family home after they upped sticks from Richmond over the summer.

The Body Coach, wife Rosie, two-year-old daughter Indie and son Marley, eight months, moved after they "outgrew" their plush £1 million Richmond pad.

And Joe provided a glimpse into their new home today as PE With Joe made its much-requested come back as the UK is plunged into lockdown again.

Gone were the fireplace and map of the world that used to loom behind him, as Joe opted for one of the barer rooms in the house but which still showed off their sleek, understated design choices.

Joe gave a look inside his new home
(Image: joewicks/Youtube)

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The YouTube livestream sees him take kids – and adults – through different exercises to get the heart beating and the blood pumping.

They proved invaluable back in the spring of 2020 when lockdown was first brought in, as Joe managed to help viewers up and down the country keep on top of their health while cooped up indoors.

Infectiously positive Joe could barely contain his excitement today as more than 100,000 people across the globe tuned in.

PE With Joe started up again today
(Image: joewicks/Youtube)

Joe's previous set-up is gone after he moved out of their Richmond place
(Image: BBC Children in Need/Comic Relief via Getty Images)

Shouting out fans from Hong Kong to the States, Joe was more enthusiastic than ever to get in a good workout to kickstart the week.

And he vowed to stick around "as long as you need me" as the positive messages flooded through.

Joe, who grew up on a council estate in south London, said of his new home: "We're moving on and I'm excited about starting a new chapter of our lives together in our new house."

Fans had got used to the old set-up, and were confused to see a new one
(Image: Facebook)

Joe, Rosie and their two kids moved out of their old home over the summer
(Image: thebodycoach/Instagram)

He added: "I've dreamed about having a home like this for my babies to grow up in."

Meanwhile Joe shared that he was feeling "really sad and emotional" when the third lockdown was announced.

"I'm thinking about all the people out there that are struggling and that have got families and kids, living in tiny little flats, who can't afford healthy food and heating," he said.

"I was one of those kids, I was living in a council flat 30 years ago when I was a kid. I was one of [those] people and I can't help but feel for these families and businesses that are struggling."