Kirstie Allsopp blasts ‘humourless’ Brexit Brits as she quits Twitter, but insists: ‘Utility rooms aren’t just for rich people’

Kirstie Allsopp blasts ‘humourless’ Brexit Brits as she quits Twitter, but insists: ‘Utility rooms aren’t just for rich people’

Kirstie Allsopp blasts 'humourless' Brexit Brits as she quits Twitter, but insists: 'Utility rooms aren't just for rich people'. Kirsty Allsopp has announced she has quit Twitter, five days after she was “attacked and mocked” on the site for suggesting keeping a washing machine in the kitchen was “disgusting”. The Location, Location, Location host was pilloried after she agreed with the view that washing machines should be relegated to the bathroom, hall or airing cupboard or “ a tiny laundry room”. I'm over and out, it's been a blast but enough is enough. — Kirstie Mary Allsopp (@KirstieMAllsopp) July 12, 2017 Allsopp was forced to defend her remarks after she was swiftly branded “out of touch” and “ snobby”. It is disgusting,” she wrote. “My life's work is in part dedicated to getting washing machines out of the kitchen,” before adding: “Please note there is a degree of humour in this debate, no need to take it quite so seriously. Then, with the row showing little sign of abating after several days, she announced: “I'm over and out, it's been a blast but enough is enough”. So much dislike for @KirstieMAllsopp and her snobby opinions! Ill continue to feed my kids fish fingers and do my washing in the kitchen

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Kirsty Allsopp has announced she has quit Twitter, five days after she was “attacked and mocked” on the site for suggesting keeping a washing machine in the kitchen was “disgusting”.

The Location, Location, Location host was pilloried after she agreed with the view that washing machines should be relegated to the bathroom, hall or airing cupboard or “ a tiny laundry room”.

I’m over and out, it’s been a blast but enough is enough.

— Kirstie Mary Allsopp (@KirstieMAllsopp) July 12, 2017

Allsopp was forced to defend her remarks after she was swiftly branded “out of touch” and “ snobby”.

It is disgusting,” she wrote. “My life’s work is in part dedicated to getting washing machines out of the kitchen,” before adding: “Please note there is a degree of humour in this debate, no need to take it quite so seriously.

Then, with the row showing little sign of abating after several days, she announced: “I’m over and out, it’s been a blast but enough is enough”.

So much dislike for @KirstieMAllsopp and her snobby opinions! Ill continue to feed my kids fish fingers and do my washing in the kitchen

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