Celebrity London leavers swapping city for countryside — from Olivia Colman to Kate Moss and the Queen

Although she may be seen on red carpets and receive groans from the awards committee, Olivia Colman is still “normal” in many other ways, including her decision to swap Peckham for the countryside, which has boosted the number of London-based leavers. In 2011, the Lost Daughter actor purchased a five-bedroom house located in a fashionable south-east London neighborhood for GBP885,000. However, she and her husband Ed Sinclair sold it at the end last year for GBP2.3million. Colman and her three children moved to Norfolk, where they converted a Grade II-listed barn. According to reports, the swap netted them around GBP1million in change. They are also reported to have submitted a planning request for an outdoor swimming pool and an extension to their existing summer house. The property is located near Sandringham, which is owned by Queen Elizabeth II. Colman plays the role in The Crown. Sold: Olivia Colman sold her five-bedroom home in Peckham to purchase a Grade II-listed barn in Norfolk / Rightmove. Colman said that she enjoys being outside and that no one can see him. I wear a woolly cap. She is not the only one. Over the course of the pandemic, Londoners spent a record GBP54.9 trillion on property outside the capital. Many A-listers were there. Let’s take an in-depth look at the locations where London’s top A-listers have moved to since the pandemic. The couple, who have been together for over a year, reportedly enjoyed lockdown in the countryside after she bought her London home in 2011 for GBP7.25million. According to recent reports, the Queen has moved to Berkshire after riding one of her beloved ponies at Windsor Home Park / PAHer Majesty. The monarch, 95, plans to make Windsor Castle her permanent home and only return to Buckingham Palace, her 775-room official residence, in Westminster, for day trips. The journey took approximately one hour, depending on traffic. The journey time is approximately one hour depending on traffic. According to reports, she preferred to stay there full-time due to the fact that younger royals like Princess Eugenie chose to raise their families near London. According to reports, the property boasted a private spa, 750-bottle wine cellar, cocktail bar, and a golf simulator. It was listed as Britain’s most expensive apartment at GBP175million in April 2021. It was only in 2019, when the farmer who had worked it, that Clarkson decided to sell it and buy a tractor on Diddly Squat Farm in the Cotswolds (Blackball Media/PA Media) She was able to give her the lucrative farm shop management job in 2020. However, she still has a studio in London where she visits weekly. The couple still live in their Kensington apartment as an urban escape. Sheeran, 31, bought the property in 2012 for GBP4 million. It includes Wynneys Hall, three adjoining houses, and a quad bike store. Lyra and Sheeran have been spending more time in rural areas since Lyra arrived in 2020. She had “looked at houses in London” but was turned off by the nine-figure prices. She said, “It’s like hundreds and millions of pounds.” “I don’t have that much money at any time. I would throw up. Adele’s Beverly Hills compound consists of three mansion homes/ MLSYou can take the girl from London, but you cannot take London out of her. Her chosen decorating style? “It’s very British cottage.” Adele has not completely abandoned London property. Adele has not completely abandoned London property, however. She spent just over GBP11m to purchase a Kensington mews house and a Kensington town house. Last year, planning permission was granted to combine both properties into one mansion with a 1,000 sq ft master bedroom designed by Michaelis Boyd Associates. The estimated cost of the work is GBP2million. Brian MayBrian May, a 74-year-old rock legend, announced his intention to move out of London shortly after the flooding in July 2021. He called the property a “brutal” place and said he had “hated it” for a while. He told The Mirror that while he had put a lot into the building of the house, the surrounding environment was “horrible for so long.” “They have been building basements for eight years now and there is constant noise and traffic, dust, pollution, and rudeness. London is brutal. It is time to leave London. “May and Anita Dobson (ex-EastEnders actress) are now believed to be based in Windlesham, Surrey, where they have lived for 35 years. Multiple interviews in the property have revealed its panelled rooms and observatory (May is also an astrophysicist), and walls decorated with gold records. May previously threatened to leave London in 2017 after complaining about the leaf blowers at the local council.