Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have reportedly bought a £2.65 million (around S$5.29 million) mansion in Majorca.
The couple fell in love with the island when Brad was filming his World War II drama 'Allied' there and are said to have asked real-estate tycoon Alessandro Proto to help them find a property.
He told newspaper Diario de Mallorca: "Brad Pitt fell in love with the Balearic Islands after shooting his new film in the Canaries and that's why he asked us to find him a house in Majorca."
The house has eight bedrooms, a large garden and a swimming pool.
Meanwhile, the couple had some bad look with property earlier this year when their London home was flooded with sewage.
The Hollywood superstars were renting a nine-bedroom mansion in the English capital but were left horrified after issues with one of the toilets.
A source said: "Brad and Angelina were mortified after flooding it as soon as they moved in. There was a big problem with the toilet. It caused a fair bit of damage but they managed to sort it out quickly."
Brad, Angelina and their six children Maddox, 14, Pax,12, Zahara, 11, Shiloh, nine, and seven-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne, had relocated to London while Brad was filming.
This was not Brad and Angelina's first time living in London; in 2012, they splashed out a reported £17,000 a month renting the Whornes Place estate for 15 months while Angelina shot 'Maleficent' and Brad filmed 'The Counselor'.