Watch: Sara Netanyahu takes celebrity interior designer on tour of PM's residence

In response to criticism that the prime minister lives a lavish lifestyle, Israel's first lady shows the world that the home they reside in is in fact not in such pristine condition.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
February 16, 2015 11:53

Sara Netanyahu and Moshik Galamin inside PM's residence

Sara Netanyahu and Moshik Galamin inside PM's residence

 
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In response to criticism that the prime minister's residence frivolously spends public funds on items such as candles and ice cream, celebrity interior designer Moshik Galamin took a tour of the prime minister's residence in Jerusalem with the prime ministers wife.

Ahead of a report set to be released by the comptroller on where the funds are spent, the prime minister is determined to dispel the public impression that the residence is in fine condition.

During the tour, the Sara and Galamin pointed out sticking doors, broken lights and curtains with stains on them. At one point, Israel's first lady said that instead of buying new flowers, they dried old ones and keep them on the piano in order to save money.

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