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She finally released her own album, Heartstrings, in 2014, and went on tour the following year.The 31-year-old has continued to work steadily in Hollywood since Gossip Girl ended, too.So she built an enclosure for him in the back garden garage at their 1/3 acre property where neighbouring houses are valued at more than £1.5m on average.The enclosure has wooden shelves and bedding for the fox to play with and he regularly plays with her young children on a trampoline in the garden during the day.

She said: 'Obviously the fact that they are wild animals would probably increase that risk.'It's the unpredictability of the animals because they are wild animals and they will always have that instinct.'The RSPCA said: 'Legally, there is no restriction on keeping foxes as pets in England and Wales, but foxes have not been domesticated and a fox in captivity would have the same needs as in the wild.'If a fox is taken into captivity, then it will be protected under the Animal Welfare Act 2006.'The RSPCA feels that because foxes are wild animals and do not fare well as domestic pets, they should not be kept as such.'Even the most experienced fox experts have had difficulty in keeping adult foxes successfully in captivity as they have very specific needs.'Rescued fox cubs can be reared and returned to the wild but they need to be reared in a way that doesn't habituate them to people, otherwise they would not be able to fend for themselves or may run into trouble when released.'In 2013, a fox ripped a baby boy's finger off after getting into a family home in Bromley, Kent.

Mrs Reynolds said: '[Foxes] get such bad press but he's around my children and he just plays with them. He's not so great with my partner.'He's like a cross between a cat and a dog. The dogs chase him around, he loves the cat but the cat isn't too fond of him.'I always walk him on the lead - he's so domesticated. Some people are disgusted but most people are good about it.'I've been told they are very versatile and that he could be released back into the wild but their average lifespan in the wild is just 18 months - they either get shot, poisoned, snared or hunted.'The family adopted Jasper when he was two-days-old from a veterinary surgery in another village in Herts.

He was handed in after being abandoned by his mother and mistaken for a tiny puppy.

Here, FEMAIL looks at what the biggest cast members of the first season have gotten up to in the past decade, and where they've been since the show wrapped in 2012. It's been a decade since then-20-year-old Blake achieved almost overnight superstardom as wild child It Girl Serena.

Blake had already starred in Accepted and The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants but was on the verge of quitting the business to attend Columbia University when she was offered the part — and almost turned it down.'I said, "No, I want to go to college. After the first year [of the show], it'll quiet down.

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