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James Corden sells his five-storey north London home sparking speculation he plans to stay in US

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James Corden sells his five-storey north London home for up to £6million sparking speculation he plans to stay in the US

James Corden has bought his home in North London, sparking speculation that he plans to stay in the US.

The 42-year-old star used his pay cheque from the hit BBC comedy Gavin & Stacey to purchase the five-storey home in Belsize Park. He is believed to have doubled the £3 million he paid for it in 2010.

Mr Corden, who moved to Los Angeles in 2015, is beneath contract to current The Late Late Show for US tv community CBS till subsequent August, after which it had been urged that he may return to Britain.

James Corden wrote three collection of Gavin & Stacey with Ruth Jones between 2007 and 2010 and an acclaimed Christmas particular in 2019

The 42-year-old star used his pay cheque from the hit BBC comedy Gavin & Stacey to buy the five-storey home in Belsize Park (pictured)

The 42-year-old star used his pay cheque from the hit BBC comedy Gavin & Stacey to purchase the five-storey home in Belsize Park (pictured)

However, he is considered an A-lister in America and counts Prince Harry, Jennifer Lawrence and Adele amongst his California-based buddies.

A supply stated: ‘This home sale doesn’t essentially imply that he has left the UK for good. The household can be on the lookout for a brand new property in the UK that’s extra appropriate for his or her three kids.

‘That stated, they love the States and there are all the time tempting affords going his approach. He has managed to maintain his reputation on either side of the Atlantic.’ Mr Corden and his spouse, Julia, who married in a star-studded ceremony at Babington House in Somerset in 2012, dwell in a £7.5 million mansion in Los Angeles with kids Max, ten, Carey, six, and Charlotte, three.

He wrote three collection of Gavin & Stacey with Ruth Jones between 2007 and 2010 and an acclaimed Christmas particular in 2019.

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