I cannot see a problem with that because the witness is not a beneficiary and is not the spouse of a beneficiary.
The fact that they live at the same address makes no difference.
If you wrote the will yourself, and you are still concerned about it, then just rewrite it and have it re-executed or if it was done by a solicitor or someone else or even one of the do it yourself WH Smith’s will packs, then re-sign the document in front of another witness.
Personally, I don’t think it’s necessary.
However if it put your mind at rest there is no harm done. It is perfectly acceptable for a will to be signed incorrectly and for it to be re-signed.
Incidentally the do it yourself will packs from the high street stationers are perfectly valid provided they are completed correctly. However I have dealt with a lot of them over the last 30 years and I have never yet come across one which has indeed been completed correctly.
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