Classic fairy tales have been reimagined to see Goldilocks finally get her comeuppance, Jack show up at the front door of the Giant’s high-rise apartment, and Rapunzel get rescued – by a plumber.
A sketch sees comedian Ellie Taylor read passages from Goldilocks and the Three Bears in a humorous and modern take on the classic story we know and love.
There’s justice for the three bears following their break in, thanks to the latest smart home technology, while Rapunzel’s bathroom leak is fixed by a heroic tradesman in a shining boiler suit.
The book of three reinvented fairy tales and video sketch was created after a study of 2,000 homeowners found burglary, water leaks and fire damage are people’s biggest fears when it comes to safety at home.
However, only 15 per cent realise that issues in their home – such as accidental damage or chaos caused by pets – could be prevented with some additional tech.
Homes and insurance – a top priority
The research, as well as the book of reimagined fairy tales, was commissioned by Sky Protect, a smart home protection service offering comprehensive home insurance and smart home tech that work together in one app.
Ellie Taylor, comedian, actor and best-selling author, said, “Let’s be honest, insurance is traditionally pretty dull.
“It’s been nice injecting a bit of fun into the topic of home insurance.
“When you think about the things that are most important in your life, you start to realise how important it is to have effective home protection in place.”
The study also revealed adults blame themselves as the biggest cause of home disasters, followed by mischievous pets and children’s misadventures.
But 27 per cent believe they’d feel less anxious if they had smart tech such as a doorbell system, inside and outside CCTV and water leak detectors.
Homeowners have typically spent £255

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