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Influencer Constance Hall reveals how the real estate crisis is affecting her family: “I need a place to stay”

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Constance Hall (right) was able to move a cousin's family into the home she shares with her seven children and her partner Denim Cooke (left) in Western Australia.

Constance Hall has shared her good fortune with her extended family and says she’s proud to do so.

As Australia suffers a housing crisis, the mummy blogger and influencer says she was able to move a cousin’s family into the home she shares with her seven children and partner Denim Cooke in Western Australia.

“Due to the relentless housing crisis, Denz and I were pleasantly surprised that my cousin and her family needed a place to stay,” the 40-year-old wrote on Facebook this week.

Because it was so tight, her partner and cousin got their hands dirty as they hitched an old wagon Constance had into a driveway on the side of her house to create extra space.

“Today, while I was painting the door green, I said to Denz, ‘Do you realize we’re living our dream? “Remember OG’s dream was to build a commune with tree houses and cabins, waterfalls and skate ramps,” he wrote.

‘Sure it’s not acreage, but we’re using my design and your skills to turn this small house into a commune that can house everyone who needs it. And he left his tools and came to give me a high five.

Constance concluded: “Someone once said to me ‘while there is a roof over my head, there is also a roof over yours’, which was very kind and I have never forgotten it.

“I can only hope that our home turns life’s lemons into lemonade for those who need it for the rest of our lives.”

Constance Hall (right) was able to move a cousin’s family into the home she shares with her seven children and her partner Denim Cooke (left) in Western Australia.

It comes after the blogger gave fans an update on her relationship with Denim and He said in an Instagram Stories video that they are getting stronger.

“Yeah, it was getting better, they go down and then they get better again,” he said.

“What I like most about Denzy is that his heart is kind, very kind and always ready to change, grow and listen,” she continued.

‘Like, for example, I was telling her the other day, I don’t want to keep telling you what the fuck to do because I need to concentrate on what I’m doing and I tried and “We got into a fight,” Constance continued.

“Then he left and thought about it, came back and said, ‘I think it’s because I never saw my dad doing this’ and he was vacuuming and said, ‘I really want to get better, I want to be a better husband.’

Because it was so tight, her partner and cousin got their hands dirty as they hitched an old wagon Constance had into a driveway on the side of her house to create extra space.

Because it was so tight, her partner and cousin got their hands dirty as they hitched an old wagon Constance had into a driveway on the side of her house to create extra space.

Constance had She had been living apart from her partner after he almost died falling from a motorcycle, but he has since moved back in with her.

“After the accident he just completely walked away from life,” she said.

Denim was involved in a terrible motorcycle accident in August 2020.

The 48-year-old was airlifted to a Royal Perth Hospital trauma ward where he suffered seven broken ribs, punctured lungs, multiple infections and a brain injury after slipping from his bike.

“I think when he woke up from the accident, he was very emotional. And there was kind of a false hope,” Constance said.

“I spoke to the doctors and they told me that Denim no longer has motivation. The damage to his frontal lobe has taken away everything he could have had before.

Constance concluded:

Constance concluded: “Someone once said to me ‘while there is a roof over my head, there is also a roof over yours’, it was a very kind thing and I have never forgotten it.”

“His psychiatrist recently said, and it was very clever: ‘He loves you. He loves his family. ‘He needs to work for you instead of just getting you and all the things you do and provide for him… and that’s not going to happen.’ Unless he’s taken out of the family home.’

The couple began looking for an assisted care facility to spend a few nights apart to heal, but Constance was constantly reminded that he was “becoming a shell of a man.”

Denim went to live with “his best friend” who lives in Esperance, a 10-hour drive from Constance’s home in Margaret River.

‘I spoke to him the next day and there was a light in his face… like he was back to his old self. He was clear. “He was awake and alive and surrounded by lovely people,” he said.

Her empathy, compassion and desire soon return and Constance thanks her partner’s psychiatrist for intervening when he did to “help” them.

Constance and Denim met in 2017, ‘married’ and had their son Raja in 2018, bringing the ‘total child count’ to seven.

The controversial mummy blogger explained that until recently she was still legally married to her first husband, British carpenter Bill Mahon, because she couldn’t cope with the bureaucracy that came with getting a divorce, so she and Denim are not legally married at this time. moment. time.

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