SINGER Sam Smith — who wants to be referred to as “they”, not “he” — has bought a £12million mansion.
The singer’s five-bed, Grade II listed home is in an ultra-exclusive district of North London.
A source said: “Sam is one of the biggest popstars in the country, and has been handsomely rewarded as a result.
“But they have also been very wise with their money, had sound financial advice and invested sensibly in bricks and mortar.
“The new property is absolutely stunning and boasts a very colourful history.”
It is less than a mile from the 18th century townhouse Sam bought in 2015, next to ’80s pop star Boy George.
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Four years ago Sam wrote the theme tune to James Bond movie, Spectre. He won an Oscar for it the following year, dedicating their win to the LGBT-plus community.
The non-binary 27-year-old was last year named in the annual Sunday Times Rich List, with an estimated £24million fortune.
Sam, whose hits include Stay With Me and Bond theme Writing’s On The Wall, posted on Instagram earlier this week: “I am changing my pronouns after a lifetime of being at war with my gender . . . to embrace myself for who I am, inside and out.”
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