Holly Willoughby has reportedly angered her neighbours by flying a Union Jack flag over her £3 million home.
The "This Morning" host proudly has the flag on full display at her abode in London - but her neighbours have called on the TV star to remove it, claiming it doesn't fit in with the surroundings.
One neighbour said: "We don't hang the Union Jack or St George flag outside our properties, so why should she?
"It's in one of the most desirable streets, we're either Conservatives or Liberal Democrats in this area traditionally, not BNP."
The local resident added that the flag is not "becoming" of the community.
The neighbour told the Daily Mirror newspaper: "It's not really becoming of the area. The house is one of the oldest in the neighbourhood, and has a prominent tower. It's never had a Union Jack on it before."
Meanwhile, Holly - who has kids Harry, eight, Belle, six, and Chester, two, with her husband Dan Baldwin - bought the property for £2.8 million in 2011.
And the blonde beauty has previously credited cosy nights at home for being the key to her marriage.
The 36-year-old star explained: "Instead of going out on a date night we just do it at home so when everybody's in bed and we'll lay the table properly and sit down together and even if we just had a glass of wine together but we'd make sure we had that space, even if it was just in our own house. And we didn't always necessarily always want to go out."