Wiggle couple list Wollstonecraft apartment

Wiggle couple list Wollstonecraft apartment
Wiggle couple list Wollstonecraft apartment

Lachlan Gillespie, The Wiggle who wears the purple skivvy, and his wife, the Yellow Wiggle Emma Watkins have listed their Wollstonecraft apartment. 

They are the couple who earlier this month sent social media into overdrive with fans speculating she’s expecting her first baby.

Their apartment is in an 1896 converted English-style manor which has been their home since 2014.

The mansion was named Ben Ledi, presumably in reference to the mountain in Perthshire, Scotland.

The heritage late-Federation mansion comes with stained glass windows. 

Etched in one of its panes is the building's construction date.

There is a grand private foyer with soaring 3.5 metre ceilings with ornate roses.

The renovated apartment showcases grand proportions with a house-like sense of privacy and space.

It has ornate old world character and modern designer elegance, the website marketing by Stone Real Estate agent Desiree Hough says.

The Shirley Road offering, which comes with $1.9 million to $2.09 million price guidance, comes with a period-inspired bathroom featuring a deep soaking tub

It has elevated district views and harbour glimpses. 

The grounds have landscaped country gardens.

The children’s entertainer posted a photo on Instagram.

The post read: “Stay tuned.”

Online followers were quick to respond, with one user asking: “baby wiggle???”

The couple, who began dating in 2013, only publicly acknowledged their romantic involvement after two years together.

They tied the knot last April but their honeymoon was another national tour of the group.

Their wedding ceremony at Hopewood House in Bowral, Southern Highlands saw Emma wear an elegant vintage-inspired ivory gown by Australian designer, Suzanne Harward and a bespoke diamond headpiece by milliner Viktoria Novak.

It was 2012 when Jeff Fatt - of "Wake up Jeff" fame - handed over his purple skivvy to Gillespie at the same time as Emma joined the gang.

The Wiggles have been entertaining children for 26 years.

This article first appeared in the Sunday Telegraph.

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