Zayn Malik and Perrie Edwards put their home up for sale

Zayn Malik and Perrie Edwards have put their home up for sale. The former couple have decided to sell their £4.2million mansion in North London, just two months after they moved in. Former One Direction singer Zayn, 22, called off his two-year engagement to Little Mix star Perrie last month. He then reportedly asked Perrie to move her belongings out of the five-bedroom property, which has now been put on the market.

The house, which was previously owned by a Premier League footballer, sits on a 25-acre plot and features a home gym and a cinema. There is also a three-bedroom cottage on the grounds with a pool and a Jacuzzi.


Zayn Malik and Perrie Edwards have decided to sell their North London home

It was intended to be the couple's dream home, where they would later live as husband and wife. "They no longer speak," a source recently told the Sunday Mirror. "Zayn's adamant Perrie has to move her stuff out. She's in America, so her parents will probably have to do it while she's away."

The insider added: "She moved in with him when they got together, so he thinks she should go."

After getting over the shock of the split, 22-year-old Perrie is now said to be "coming out the other side". And the star, who is currently in the States promoting Little Mix's new single Black Magic, looks set to open up about the break-up for the first time in an interview with James Corden at the end of the month.

Perrie and the rest of the band are due on James' Late Late Show on 18 August, and it's highly likely she'll be asked about the romance.

"James has got a way about him, a cheeky way, where he is able to coax gems of information out of people. If anyone can get Perrie talking, it's him," a TV source said. "The girls are going on the show as part of their month-long tour of America and by then Perrie which be in much cheerier spirits. She's already getting her fight back so this could be very feisty."

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