Russell Brand Is Proud New Owner of Historic Oxfordshire Pub

The 'Forgetting Sarah Marshall' actor and his wife Laura have allegedly purchased a $1.13 million 16th-century house along with serving pints in his home country.

AceShowbiz - Russell Brand has reportedly bought a pub.

The comedian, who has been sober since 2003, and his wife Laura Gallacher are reportedly the proud new owners of The Crown Inn in Pishill, near Henley-on-Thames in Oxfordshire, England.

The pair has taken on the Grade II listed 16th century coaching house, and as well as serving pints, Russell and Laura will also be able to stage weddings in a detached barn, according to the Mail on Sunday newspaper.

The original listing for the $1.13 million (£850,000) property reads, "The picturesque backdrop of the grounds makes the property an ideal choice for weddings and events and attracts plenty of trade throughout the year. The property has an additional two-bedroom self-contained cottage within the grounds."

The property, which is close to where Russell and Laura currently live, also has a large front paved patio, a car park and a huge garden that can seat up to 120 people.

The actor/comedian shares two children with Laura.

As he talked about fatherhood in a 2019 interview, he said, "Me, I am dedicated to it, devoted to it, but I am still surprised when it's like, 'Oh my God, this is f**king really hard and it's so exhausting.' "

So his wife never put him in charge of their kids for 24 hours as he explained, "When I looked after Mabel on her own, she dropped two social classes in an hour. In no time at all we're in a coffee shop, she's just got a nappy on, she's covered in stuff because I'm not willing to fight any of the battles.... So it looks a bit (like TV series) 'Shameless' within a couple of hours."

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