Ant McPartlin's ex Lisa Armstrong breaks her silence after £5m Chiswick mansion goes up in flames | The Sun
LISA Armstrong has broken her silence after the home she once shared with Ant McPartlin went up in flames.
The £5million house in Chiswick, West London, was gripped by an inferno yesterday.
Lisa lived in the lavish home with ex-husband Ant before their split in 2018 and is understood to have been renting it out.
She posted a quote on her Instagram today following the blaze.
It read: "Once the heart gets too heavy with pain, people don't cry. They just turn silent. Completely silent."
Lisa accompanied the poignant quote with three praying hand emojis.
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Firefighters were scrambled to the house just before 10am yesterday morning.
Photos showed plumes of black smoke billowing from the property as crews worked to extinguish the flames.
London Fire Brigade are now investigating the cause of the fire.
Lisa was given the home in her divorce to Ant and now reportedly rents it out.
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Declan Donnelly also lived on the same street with wife Ali Astall and their children.
London Fire Brigade said: "Six fire engines and around 40 firefighters responded to a fire on Grove Park Gardens in Chiswick.
"Crews responded to fire in a house, and one of the Brigade's 32m ladders was deployed at the incident. The roof and third floor of the property were severely damaged by fire. During firefighting operations, the ground and lower ground floors suffered some water damage.
"The Brigade was first called about the fire at 0946 and the incident was under control by 1152. Crews from Chiswick, Hammersmith, Richmond and surrounding fire stations are at the scene.
"The cause of the fire is under investigation."
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