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LOOK: Catriona Gray shares a glimpse of her new home

Catriona Gray shares a glimpse of the colorful items in her new home.

LOOK: Catriona Gray shares a glimpse of her new home-Toff C.
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09/27/2022 08:00 PM
LOOK: Catriona Gray shares a glimpse of her new home
Photo credits: @catriona_gray on Instagram

Catriona Gray shared a glimpse of her new home.

On her Instagram page on Monday, September 26, the beauty queen posted snapshots of different items from her home. 

"Just a few colorful glimpses on #CasaGray  so happy to have a space that reflects me and my creativity to call home," she wrote.


In her post, Catriona showed different colorful carpets and art works in her home.

In another post a few days ago, the Miss Universe 2018 shared that she has been busy moving into her new home. 

"Our babies had their first shoot today  alsooo sorry I've been MIA on the feed guys I'm currently moving house and it's my parents last week before going back to Aus so lots of packing and quality time before they go," she wrote.

It was in November last year when Catriona announced that she bought a condominium unit. 

"Home 2022  Since leaving home at 17 I've always dreamed of having a place of my own. For the past 10 years I've been a nomad, I've rented and moved from place to place. But earlier this year, I finally called a home MINE. #CasaDeGray ," she posted back in November 2021.

READ: Catriona Gray finally has her own home

Catriona shared that she will furnish her home with local furniture and items.

"I'm super excited to be sharing how this space transforms over the next few months and to also be #SupportingLocal in and throughout my home from local furniture to local artists and artisans," she said. 

Catriona is an advocate of supporting local artisans and local products.

In 2021, she was named as an ambassador of the "One Town One Product" campaign of the Department of Trade and Industries.

"I feel it's important that we support our local communities with their livelihoods and uplifting them," she said in an interview in 2021 with GMA News.

"It's been an advocacy of mine to promote our culture and art, and especially fabric that is unique to the Philippines," she added.