Former deputy Prime Minister Sir Nick Clegg has relocated to a £7million home in California as he prepares to start his new executive role at Facebook, it has been revealed.
The former Lib Dem leader, 52, and his wife, lawyer Miriam Gonzalez Durantez, 50, bought the “luxurious” new home in December.
The five-bedroom property, worth a reported fee of $9million (£7million) stands in almost an acre of land, and was described by its estate agent as “a timeless classic”.
The house boasts a roomy kitchen with marble worktops and an island seating area, as well as a separate dining room and a library.
Among the “luxurious amenities” for Sir Nick and his family to enjoy are a hot tub, a swimming pool, and a large patio with an outdoor log-burning fire.