Julie Walters provides the lion's share of comic relief as a house-proud
mother, who isn't best pleased when Peter arrives unannounced.
Edinburgh came bottom of the house-proud
pile, with just 59 per cent saying they keep their home as dust-free as possible.
In Britain's most house-proud
city, Birmingham, 80 per cent of householders claimed their home is always spick and span.
gran Mo Kam Tai, 76, was identified this week as the woman who regularly perches on a ledge five floors above Sauchiehall Street to clean her windows.
Chris added: "And there's lots of diamante accessories which I think look clean and sparkle, and they match my Kylie bedsheets.
French singer Charles Aznavour, 91, on his house-proud
wife Ulla Thorsell "Of course I would like to live to be 90 or even 100.
And, I hear, he's becoming rather house-proud
, espesh since he's become friendly with the hip celeb crowd including Nick Grimshaw, Kate Moss, Cara Delevingne and his hairdresser Lou Teasdale.
Douglas Hogg submitted a PS2,200 bill for having his "moat" cleaned, while fellow Tory veteran Sir Peter Viggers splashed out PS1,645 on a "duck island" to spruce up the lake in the grounds of his mansion.
Mike Sisson-Pell, mitigating, described Gant as extremely hard-working and house-proud
host is left reeling following a complaint at Stoberry House in Somerset, while spilt wine and fussy breakfast orders prove too much for the owner of Frome Dale in Dorset.
Britons have spent pounds 235million putting right their own DIY disasters in the last year, according to Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banks.
Browsing the soft furnishings department of a local store catering for the house-proud
gambler, I was at my wits' end.