Ant and Dec: Do Ant and Dec live next door to each other?
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Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly return to our screens as Britain’s Got Talent returns to our screens. The pair presented the auditions back in April amid lockdown, but the series is back as the judges decide who will go through to the semi-finals. But are the pair neighbours?
Do And and Dec live next door to each other?
At the moment, the presenting duo no longer live next door to each other.
In 2018, it was reported that Ant had moved away from Dec after living next door to one another for over two decades.
The move came after Ant’s split with his ex-wife Lisa Armstrong which saw Ant move out of their marital home in Chiswick.
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At the time a source close to Ant told The Sun: “Ant is very excited about his new house.
“The next couple of months will be difficult for him, given he’s not in Australia with Dec for I’m A Celebrity. But this house provides him a fresh start.
“He is going to completely renovate it and make it his dream home.”
While the pair are no longer neighbours, they still share a brotherly bond.
Talking to Glamour back in February, the pair spoke of the power of brotherhood.
Dec told the publication: “For us, everything we have achieved, we have achieved it together. I have done it with my best mate by my side.
“It’s taught us that you can have successful partnerships and you can be successful with other people.
“You don’t have to do it on your own. You can still gain the same amount of satisfaction as you would from doing it on your own.”
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Ant added: “Doing it with someone else is a good lesson in dropping the ego.
“You need to be constantly conscious of the other person, it needs to work for both of you not just one of you.”
Dec went on to say how being a presenting duo has taught them “tolerance”.
He said: “I think it teaches you tolerance and to be accepting of other people’s ideas and be inclusive, which is something we need to do more of in society.
“I think working as part of a brotherhood shows you can achieve personal satisfaction in a team.”
Britain’s Got Talent: The Finalists Revealed airs tonight on ITV at 6.30pm.
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