Ant McPartlin and Anne-Marie Corbett have shown their romance is serious as they look to move in together properly – along with her two children.
Anne-Marie, who shares her two daughters with estranged husband Scott Corbett, will uproot the family and move into the £6million seven-bedroom mansion with her famous beau.
The pair only went public with their relationship in June 2018, six months after Ant announced he and wife of 11 years Lisa Armstrong were splitting following his first stint in rehab to tackle his addiction to prescription painkillers.
Lisa reacted with shock when the news hit, as Ant hadn't warned her he was dating their former personal assistant.
But despite their rocky start, it seems Ant and Anne-Marie are happier than ever as they gear up to move into their luxurious love nest.
The pair splashed a whopping £6million on the mansion last year, but it's taken months to renovate it up to their exacting standards.
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 en suite bathroom – with his n' hers sinks, naturally.
And there's plenty of room for Anne-Marie's growing daughters, who will have their choice of bedrooms to pick from.
It's situated near plenty of parks and green spaces, so Ant's labrador Hurley – who he still shares with Lisa – will have lots of new walking routes to explore.
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."
They added: "It’s not been easy to get here but they both view this house as a new start. It’s had lot of work done since they bought it and is now ready for them to move in to next month."
Lisa, meanwhile, is believed to still be living in the £6million marital home in Chiswick, west London, which she shares with Hurley.
While the financial side of their divorce is yet to be sorted, it's thought she'll retain the house without Ant making a claim on it later down the line.
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