Warne and Hurley buy UK estate

Last updated 13:14 14/10/2012
Shane Warne
SPENDING LARGE: Shane Warne and Liz Hurley have reportedly bought a $11.7 million Georgian Country Estate in the UK, but won't be moving into it just yet.

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Shane Warne and Liz Hurley have reportedly bought a NZ$11.7 million Georgian Country Estate in the UK.

The couple became the official owners of Donnington Hall in Herefordshire, England, on September 18, News Ltd reports.

According to the property's listing on website www.rightmove.co.uk the "exceptional" country estate is set on 76 hectares of land. The hall has four reception rooms, 13 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms. There is also accommodation for a housekeeper and nanny, an extensive cellar and four estate cottages.

However it appears Warne and Hurley have no intention of moving in just yet. The Sunday Telegraph reported the tenants who currently occupy Donnington Hall have been reassured that their new landlords have no intention of throwing them out.

Warne, 43, and Hurley, 47, got engaged last October.

In June, the UK-based Hurley spoke about the importance of getting married but admitted that no date had been set for the wedding.

"We want to get married for our children. We want to show them that we have a common goal in life. I do not know when it will happen because Shane's kids are living in Melbourne," she said.

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