Has Emilia Clarke joined the ever growing list of celebrities moving into leafy Hampstead? Sources suggest that as the Winter arrives, so does the Game of Thrones actress as she has allegedly snapped up a stunning £8million mansion.
Clarke has brushed off the scheming and power struggles for the Iron Throne that she has experienced in (cough) the new Brexit-Trump world and found herself a grade II-listed house.
Proving that Clarke has no Ygrittes, her six bedroom Victorian property is full of period touches. She has private off street parking (for her dragons) and with the Heath just next door, she is joining other London celebrities such as Justin Bieber (as reported by DMZ) in the sort after area.
If this is not enough for her empire building, Clarke was recently spotted buying a plush £3.8million house in Los Angeles near Venice Beach.
The Game of Thrones star bought an beautiful two bedroom, three bathroom pad which comes with a 30 foot pool.
Clarke’s Venice pad features floor to ceiling bookshelves overlooking a stunning landscaped garden (surely no comparison to her new local Heath).
The upmarket house also comes complete with under floor heating and a three-car garage.
Emilia’s move to London town sees her move closer to celebrity friend Matt LeBlanc, who is shooting the new series of Top Gear.
We at DMZ are sure she will fit in very well with the other celebrities who see Hampstead as the premier location buy property in London. With it’s huge park spaces, leafy lanes and great restaurants it really is hard to argue!
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