Personal trainer who couldn't work during lockdown transforms a minivan into a luxury home

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Jennifer Mckechnie taught herself to remodel, converting a tired old bus into a luxury home on wheels.

From Northern Ireland, Jennifer used to be a personal trainer but due to Covid-19 she wasn't able to work and had time on her hands. 

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With no prior experience, she decided to renovate a minibus so she could drive her huskies to the French alps to see snow for the first time. 

She taught herself how to do the renovations using YouTube tutorials and turned her old bus into a luxury home on wheels.

Her renovation went viral on social media with more than 13 million views on TikTok.

Compiled by Phelokazi Mbude

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