Strictly Come Dancing couple Joe Sugg and Dianne Buswell appear to have splashed out on a luxury £3.5 million house near Brighton.
The couple, who met when both appearing on Strictly in 2018, have moved into the former home of Brighton and Hove Albion player Lewis Dunk.
The luxury abode, which they bought after selling their previous£1.35million home in Sussex , boasts five bedrooms, an indoor swimming pool, a gym and a huge open plan entrance which features a double staircase that leads to a lounge area overlooking the garden.
The house is also reported to have six reception rooms and a large balcony and outdoor seating area to entertain guests.
Joe, 31, previously confirmed the couple were moving on from their old abode after it became too big of a project for the couple to tackle.
In a video posted to Instagram earlier this week, Joe said: “I’ve been busy behind the scenes doing something. We’re moving the last bits of our stuff because we have moved house.
“People are like, ‘What? You’ve moved house? You were only in the last place for two- and a-bit years!’ Very true.
“We loved the last place, but it was a project, it was a big project. We haven’t got the time to take on such a big project, so we found this place, we absolutely fell in love with it and now we are here.”
Dianne shared a video with fans earlier this week of her attempting to put together furniture in their new home, which offered their followers a sneak peak at the home’s interior.
Dianne and Joe’s relationship has been going strong since they first became friends on Strictly in 2018 in a relationship that later became romantic.
However, earlier this year they faced split rumours, which first began to circulate back in December last year when Dianne took a trip back to her native Australia, and Joe was notably absent.
However, Dianne attempted to put the rumours to bed as she confirmed her relationship with Joe when she appeared on Lorraine back in March.
Host Lorraine Kelly asked: "How about your lovely man Joe, are you two still dancing together?"
Dianne replied with a smile: “He puts his ballroom frame almost every day and he’s getting better. He actually is very good and I’d love to do a proper competition with him and see how he goes.”
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