Inside Call The Midwife stars Helen George and Jack Ashton's gorgeous family home

CALL The Midwife's Helen George and partner Jack Ashton's stunning family home is bright, warm and stylish.

The acting duo moved into their pad back in November and occasionally give fans a glimpse inside on social media.

Reflecting the bubbly couple, the living room walls are yellow and there's a vibrant sofa with bold print cushions.

Grey floorboards and curtains provide balance and a period piece fire place adds to the property's character.

The room features two pianos, one black and one white, which the couple's daughter Wren likes to practice on.

Colour is prominent around the house, with the front door a pale pink and the bedroom a soft green.


Helen proudly displayed her vintage clothes chest on Instagram, writing: "Loving our new bedroom chest. Cheap as chips from an auction and surrounded by Jack’s Dad’s art. ❤."

Helen, who plays Trixie Franklin in the BBC One series Call the Midwife, found love with co-star Jack, who played Rev Thomas, in 2016.

They welcomed their first child together, Wren Ivy, the following year.

Jack left the show shortly after he and Helen moved in together and said it has helped their relationship.




Last February Helen’s Nurse Trixie gave her heartfelt speech to politicians calling for recognition and support for the medical care given by the fictional Nonnatus House nursing convent.

Following the coronavirus pandemic Helen and show creator Heidi Thomas believe the scenes, which aired one month before the first lockdown, have extra significance.

Helen recently told us: “That was filmed way before Covid, but here we are all these years later with a similar fight going on.

“That mass of nurses and care workers sat opposite a bench of suited men, it feels a relevant parallel to government and the NHS at the moment.

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