U2 bassist Adam Clayton is leaving his home in Ireland to join his new wife Mariana Teixeira De Carvalho in her Westminster house. The Brazilian model, 35, is an associate director of art company Hauser & Wirth, which has galleries in Saville Row and Piccadilly.
The 53-year-old musician, who was formerly engaged to Naomi Campbell, will swap his 18th century stately home on the outskirts of Dublin for London life. This will be a huge change for Bono's bandmate as he has lived in Danesmoate House for the past 20 years. U2's most celebrated album, The Joshua Tree, was recorded in the 20-bedroom mansion so it holds special memories.
His love nest in the capital may be more modest but if he is craving the open spaces he can pop to nearby Hyde Park.