Kanye and Kim’s reported move to Hampstead Garden Suburb is a ‘hoax from channel E!’

PUBLISHED: 15:42 12 August 2015 | UPDATED: 15:42 12 August 2015

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian. Picture: PA.

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian. Picture: PA.

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He is the self-titled “greatest living rock star on the planet” and she is the socialite-turned-reality-TV-star whose bountiful backside has captivated the world’s media.

The former home of Prince William’s godfather Constantine II in Hampstead Garden Suburb. Picture: Glentree.The former home of Prince William’s godfather Constantine II in Hampstead Garden Suburb. Picture: Glentree.

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian, or Kimye as they are collectively known, are the world’s pre-eminent celebrity power couple and are reportedly moving to Hampstead Garden Suburb, according to the Daily Star.

Heathman has discovered that reports this week that egomaniac rap star Mr West is eyeing up a 13-bedroom mansion in Linnell Drive, overlooking Hampstead Heath extension, are untrue.

The superstar and his wife allegedly want to move to London so their children can have a British education.

The house which is said to have piqued Kimye’s interest is the former home of Prince William’s godfather Constantine II.

It is for sale with Glentree Estates for £10.95million.

But reliable sources tell Heathman that the story is a hoax cooked up by US entertainment channel E!

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