Cat Deeley “leaves Los Angeles after 14 years and returns to London to raise children in UK”


Cat Deeley has reportedly given up her life in Los Angeles after 14 years and returned home to London to be closer to her family.The presenter, 43, who moved to Beverly Hills to start a career in the United States more than a decade ago, is said to have packed her things and left life in the United States behind so that she can raise her children in the UK. United.

She put her $ 5million (£ 3.8million) mansion up for sale earlier this month, sparking rumors she would return.

Now sources say she has already secretly moved to London with her husband Patrick Kielty and their children.

Cat is said to have returned to London to be closer to his family

“Cat was discussing putting the house up for sale months ago, they didn’t want to rent it because they were considering buying a property in the UK,” a source told The Sun.

“It’s more of a permanent move. ”

They added: ‘She’s a household name, and they both made it work in LA, but Patrick has a lot more work at home, and she could always be back and forth when the pandemic subsides. . ”

Cat’s four-bed property, which she bought in 2006 in the California celebrity hotspot, is listed on the market for $ 4,995,000 (£ 3.8million).

Cat and her husband Patrick

The source said Cat, her host husband and their sons Milo and James were “more than ready for this” as she dreams of raising her children in Britain.

They say it’s a “new adventure” for the family.

Cat has been planning her move to London since the start of this year, but seems to have finally taken the plunge.

She will always be back and fourth in the US to work on completing some projects, but for now Cat will be based in Britain.

They say she already settled in London

His beautiful home in Los Angeles is expected to generate over a million in profit after buying it for $ 2,699,000 (£ 2.1million) in 2006.

Her move came at the perfect time as she prepares to reunite with Ant and Dec for a special SM: TV Live.

It seems she enjoys being back home as she has already shared some snaps at work doing audio sessions for her new children’s book The Joy in You.

Cat moved to Los Angeles in 2006 and built an incredible career, including becoming the host of the American reality show So You Think You Can Dance.

Mirror Online has contacted the Cat representative for comment.

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