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James will rent his home out for charity (Picture: PA)

Chloe Madeley and former England Rugby player James Haskell will rent their home on Airbnb to raise money for a children’s charity.

The celebrity couple will be flying out to Japan for the Rugby World Cup which runs 20 September to 2 November and have listed their home for two nights in October for a lucky punter.

Two bedrooms in the detached house in Daventry, in the East Midlands, will be available to verified renters, with all profits going to Sebastian’s Action Trust, a charity which offers respite breaks to seriously ill children and their families.

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Chloe and James have listed their home for two nights in October (Picture: PA)

Guests will also have access to two bathrooms, a large kitchen, and conservatory, while the listing makes it clear that guests would ideally be rugby fans who are keen to support the game.

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‘The kitchen area is kitted out with everything you could need to prepare a feast for hungry sports fans whilst the living room features a large comfy sofa and chairs, alongside a big TV, so will be the perfect place to fall back, relax and enjoy the matches,’ writes James.

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The conservatory backs out onto the garden (Picture: PA)

‘The conservatory backs out onto the garden and has a six-seat dining table which is the perfect place to debrief after any games,’ he added.

‘At the back of the house is a large garden with a stunning lawn, where you can practice drills and skills.’

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Guests will have access to two bedrooms and bathrooms (Picture: PA)
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Live in the home of one of the rugby’s greats (Picture: PA)

The living room features a large flat-screen television, perfect for watching England (or your chosen team) score some tries.

Speaking to DailyMail.com, James added: ‘The thing with Airbnb, it is so simple to do and such an easy set-up to utilise. So many people I know are doing it.’

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James Haskell has 77 caps for England (Picture: PA)

‘When we decided we were going to go to Japan as part of the World Cup, it was kind of a no-brainer really. It was such a simple process and obviously you can earn some income out of it. I am going to donate my fee to a charity called Sebastian’s Action Trust.

‘It’s something to do, it’s to encourage other people who are going abroad or going away to list their house on this platform. It’s such a simple thing, more people could be earning extra income or utilising their empty homes.’

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Haskell’s home is bookable on Airbnb from Monday 23 September.

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