‘Stressful experience!’ says James Middleton on his joyful life update with fiancée Alizee. ’.
JAMES MIDDLETON has disclosed that he and his fiancée Alizee Thevenet have purchased a home.
On Saturday, the Duchess of Cambridge’s brother shared the good news about his and Alizee’s new house on Instagram. It had been “one of the most difficult events of my life,” James said.
The businessman, Alizee, and their six dogs, however, “couldn’t be happier,” he added.
Three photos of them settling into their new digs were provided by James.
“Buying a property is up there with one of the most stressful situations in my life,” the entrepreneur added.
“It’s been a whirlwind few months settling into our new home, but we couldn’t be more pleased.
“We’re settling into our new life in the country, and the dogs are settling into their new digs. #housemove #lifeinthecountry #dogsofinstagram #dogs.” James and Alizee appear to be in love in the first photo, smiling outside the home with one of their dogs.
Their six dogs, spaniels Ella, Zulu, Inka, Luna, and Nala, and golden retriever Mabel, pose in front of a fireplace in the second shot.
The final shot shows Alizee enjoying cheese and a glass of red wine while sitting at the dining table.
Thousands of likes and hundreds of comments have been left on James’ Instagram post.
“All the best and congratulations on your new home!” one of his fans wrote. May it always be full with love and pleasure! “Congratulations!” wrote another. Happy for the two of you and all your four-legged ‘children,’” James Middleton (@jmidy) wrote on Instagram. A third added, “Wishing you all much happiness in your new home.” Another added, “Wishing you happiness, love, and laughter in your new home.” The 34-year-new old’s home is close to his parents Carole and Michael Middleton in Bucklebury, Berkshire.
The Middletons have a reputation for being a close-knit family.
During the lockdown, James and Alizee stayed at Carole and Michael’s house.
The new home represents a significant achievement for the couple, who had to postpone their wedding owing to the epidemic.