George and Amal Clooney’s again backyard flooded at £20m mansion
George and Amal Clooney‘s sprawling £20 million Berkshire mansion has been blighted by flooding as soon as once more after bouts of heavy rain.
Aerial photographs present the manicured gardens on the Sonning property beginning to succumb to flood waters.
The Ocean’s Eleven Hollywood star, 62, and his lawyer spouse, 45, first moved into the picturesque postcard nation property in 2016.
But the seventeenth century property has been beset with flooding issues as a consequence of it being near the banks of the Thames.
It got here just below a 12 months after heavy rainfall induced muddy waters to flood gardens – and is no less than the sixth time the home has been beset by burst banks for the reason that pair snapped up the stately pile in 2014.
NOVEMBER 20: Heavy rainfall has induced flooding on the luscious garden of the Clooneys’ £20 million Berkshire mansion yesterday
NOVEMBER 20: The seventeenth century Grade II-listed property has been blighted by flooding yesterday as a consequence of it being near the banks of the Thames
2021: Two years in the past, a foul bout of flooding noticed the entire of the Clooney’s backyard underwater
2018: The Clooney’s house was hit by flooding 5 years in the past – submerging the garden
The Clooneys have been hit by flooding in January when the tennis courtroom, veranda and many of the beforehand luscious garden was submerged by filthy flood water from the close by river.
Storm Christoph, in January 2021, noticed flood water seep onto the garden – however the deluge stopped in need of the home itself.
But February 2020’s Storm Dennis left the Hollywood star’s tennis courts, the veranda of his summer time home and most of his garden utterly underwater.
In 2018, the garden was swamped by water after three inches of rain fell over the April financial institution vacation weekend.
And 2016 noticed weeks of heavy rain noticed the Thames burst its banks and spill into the backyard, threatening to encroach on the home shortly after its multi-million pound renovation.
The UK has been battered by a raft of storms in latest months, with Babet, Cairan, and Debi abandoning a path of devastation.
The couple snapped up their Grade II-listed mansion on a five-acre island close to Sonning, Berkshire, for a reported £10 million in September 2014, days earlier than their wedding ceremony at Venice’s Aman Canal Grande lodge.
After an intensive 18-month refurbishment costing a number of million kilos, the nine-bedroom, ivy-covered manor home, which is protected against prying eyes by a row of willow timber, right now boasts a big swimming pool and pool home, a grand terrace, a ship home, an astroturf tennis courtroom and a 12-seater cinema.
George and Amal moved to Sonning after ending their renovations round a 12 months earlier than the beginning of their twins, Ella and Alexander, in June 2017.
However, locals instructed MailOnline in September the couple had not been seen within the village for nearly two years.
George Clooney, 62, and his lawyer spouse Amal, 45, are rumoured to be residing elsewhere having not been seen within the village for the final two years
JANUARY 17: The Clooneys’ house pictured originally of the 12 months when the Thames burst its banks after large quantities of rain
JANUARY 17: The property was hit by flooding earlier this 12 months
A close-by neighbour, who wished to stay nameless, mentioned: ‘They was once round rather more, however they’ve not been seen for over two years or so so far as I do know.
‘It’s pretty frequent data that this is not the place they reside any extra, no less than not completely. They’re by no means right here.’
A supply near the household mentioned the couple at the moment are splitting their time between Italy and the US.
They are regarded as most frequently at Villa Oleandra, an 18th Century pile on the shore of Lake Como.