Who are the biggest celebrities in the UK?
CELEBRITIES LIVING IN LONDON
Kensington and Chelsea: Stormzy, Paul Smith, Rowan Atkinson and Madonna
Reputed as a luxury area of London there are many celebrities because this area is known to house and hide underground pools, bunkers, caves in the basement has more than a million dollars. Not to mention the rooftops that add value to the houses in this area.
Fashion designer Paul Smith owns a $135 million mansion in Kensington.
Notting Hill: Damon Albarn, Bjork, Robbie Williams and Claudia Schiffer
The neighbourhood became very popular after the success of the film Love at first sight in Notting Hill with Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant. It is also known for its market where you can find many valuable period objects from designers such as Chanel, Dior and Hermès.
Musicians' favourite neighbourhood Damon Albarn supports local businesses on Portobello Road. Since her marriage to British film director Matthew Vaughan, Claudia Schiffer has spent her time between her home in Notting Hill and a 16th century manor house in the English countryside.
Richmond: Tom Hardy, Rolling Stones, Pete Townshend, Jerry Hall, Amanda Holden, Rick Astley and Richard Ashcroft.
They all live here and yes! The Richmond Theatre is home to a limited number of celebrities performing. These stars have decided to make Richmond their home in a variety of properties ranging from Victorian mansions to modern apartments.
Regents Park: Keith Richards, Kate Moss, Paul McCartney, Ewen McGregor, Mark Ronson, Richard Branson and Jonathan Rhys Meyers
Popular area around one of the royal parks, ideal for buying a house, that's what these celebrities attracted to John's Wood did.
As in the famous Rolling Stones song "Play with Fire" the Regents Park area is a very expensive part of the city of London.
Belsize park: Tim Burton and Helena Bonham Carter, Tom Hiddleston, Kate Hudson, Hugh Laurie, Jude Law and Martin Freeman.
Another neighbourhood that is very popular with celebrities, located northeast of Regents Park.
Clapham: J.K Rowling, Vivienne Westwood, Margot Robbie and Vanessa Redgrave
Mainly famous and powerful women have chosen to make their home in this outlying district of the city centre. It's one of the trendiest areas in South London.
Holland Park: David and Victoria Beckham
They spend their time between London and Los Angeles after leaving the UK in 2007 for the USA, so it seems they don't know where to settle.
Knightsbridge: Kylie Minogue
The Australian singer moved to London in the 90's and hasn't left since. She lives in a multi-million dollar flat near Chelsea, one of London's elite districts.
Islington: Keira Knightley
She owns a house in central London but also a $6 million apartment in New York in case she has to travel there for her career. It is true that even though she has travelled the world for her films she remains loyal to the UK.
Buckingham Palace: The Royal Family
Of course the most important celebrities of the United Kingdom are here, although only Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip live at Buckingham Palace. The rest of the Royal family has other houses around the city.
Although she hasn't yet invested in a house in London, since her romance with Joe Alwyn the singer has been spending her time here. Leaving her homes in Los Angeles and New York to learn about English real estate to get closer to her partner.
The actor known for his role in "Pirates of the Caribbean" and who also plays in most of Tim Burton's productions owns an island in the Bahamas, a mansion in France, a dozen apartments in the United States and a house in the United Kingdom.
American actor and producer is one of the best known in Hollywood, for his roles in "Usual suspects" "Seven" and "House of cards". He bought an apartment in London in 2009 before selling his property in Los Angeles.
CELEBRITIES WHO LIVED IN LONDON
Tori Amos, the famous American singer, lived in Notting Hill, where she sang accompanied by a piano in a small brewery.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie also bought a $16 million house in Richmond.
Chris Martin and Gwyneth Paltrow fuelled rumours a few years ago about the frequent renovations to their $7 million mansion.
Madonna had moved to the UK after marrying British director Guy Ritchie in 2000. However, she recently decided to leave her homes in London and New York and move to Portugal.
Freddie Mercury's last home was Garden Lodge, the singer of Queen's lived there for the last 5 years of his life. The house now belongs to Mary Austin, the only woman in his life.
Francis Bacon lived at Reece Mews in South Kensington for 30 years, today this studio is still unoccupied and left as he left it.
WHERE YOU CAN SEE THEM
The Swan, Southwark is a reasonably priced restaurant that enjoys a privileged location overlooking the southern lifestyle. After a theater show you will be able to meet actors and celebrities. Some of the personalities we have met at The Swan include Mark Rylance, Dame Judi Dench, Stephen Fry, Jude Law and Derren Brown.
The informal aspect of the place means that you will probably meet higher level celebrities and have the opportunity to chat with them instead of watching them from afar.
The Ivy, Covent Garden is a great place to catch a glimpse of celebrities. It is also ideal for agent / client meetings if you forget that the prices are quite expensive partly because of the fact that you can see celebrities there. It is the most interesting place to meet celebrities and you are more likely to see celebrities there than anywhere else.
Joe Allen's, Covent Garden this American franchise is friendly and typical of New York breweries with brick walls, live piano music and an all-American menu. The prices are not excessive and the best time to see the stars is after the theater, around 10pm.
There are no private areas reserved for celebrities here so you can sit at the table next to them.
If you would like to discuss celebrities who live, have lived or have recently moved to London with people who live there you can contact them on our site in the language exchange section.
Written by: Lisa Lambert, Staff Writer
- London life
- 27 Feb, 2020
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