While Ant and Dec are down under filming I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!, they've left their UK homes behind.
Ant McPartlin, 46, moved into his new house with his now-wife Anne-Marie Corbett in 2019, and the plush pad is worth a whopping £6 million.
The pair spent a year working on renovations to transform it into their dream home, which they slowly revealed to fans throughout lockdown. The couple lives in the house with Anne-Marie's two daughters from a previous relationship and their dogs.
But the move ended the era of living next door to co-star Dec Donnelly, who has been his neighbour for the past two decades, but it will be a fresh start for the I'm A Celeb presenter.
The presenting duo have lived close to each other for years, but Ant reportedly handed the keys to his ex wife Lisa Armstrong when they separated and has moved to south London to start again.
The mansion boasts a spacious driveway lined by tall trees, with lavish pillars outside framing the front door.
Situated in London's posh Wimbledon Village, it's the first home that the TV presenter and his new wife are sharing together.
Home to the Wimbledon Tennis Championships, Wimbledon is a vibrant district and town of southwest London, in the London Borough of Merton that is often thought of as the “perfect British village”.
The new love pad has modern amenities including a huge open plan kitchen and dining room, several reception rooms and it's located close to a park – so it has everything they could possibly ask for.
When the couple first bought the house, pictures showed that the whole house included a lot of white and natural colour schemes.
Since then, the living room has seen a huge redecoration, with walls being painted a dark blue with an even darker blue velvet sofa being the heart of the room.
The room also sees built-in shelving at the back of the room displaying his BAFTA and other awards, as well as a selection of framed photos.
The dining room features cream wallpaper and complementing chairs, and a black dining table. Ant has some sentimental artwork on display on the wall behind him; a framed print of a Labrador that looks just like his beloved pet dog Hurley, who he shares with his ex-wife Lisa Armstrong.
The country pile boasts its own cinema room, an orangery and an enormous open-plan kitchen and dining room, as well as a free-standing bath in the master bedroom's sprawling ensuite bathroom – with his and hers sinks.
The house is set to get even better, as the couple have recently had plans approved to build a swimming pool and Victorian-style changing room in their garden.
A council approved plans for the swimming pool as it will be shielded by trees and won't be overlooked by their neighbours, according to The Sun.
The couple are also planning to construct two single-storey extensions and convert a garage into a bathroom as part of their home renovation.
An insider told The Sun of the couple's new pad: "The property is perfect for them.
"It has everything they want and marks an important milestone in their relationship together."
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