Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick are abandoning their New York home in a bid to escape the paparazzi, according to reports.
The couple is sick of being spied on in their west village pad, complaining snappers have even moved into neighbouring apartments so they can watch them around the clock.
Parker recently claimed, "Photographers moved into apartments next door to us and we really found ourselves kind of living like a spy movie... I feel like they think they have to be there. Like they punch in or something."
According to New York magazine, the pair has been looking at a $17.8 million (GBP8.9 million) home in the hip and more private east village - a property comprising of two houses that have been joined together, which boasts a huge back yard and 18 fireplaces.
If they make the move, the couple would join model Agyness Deyn, actors Colin Farrell and Alan Cumming, who also have homes in the neighbourhood.