Taron Egerton 'splashes Out £3M On A Luxurious London Penthouse'
Taron Egerton has reportedly splashed out £3 million on a luxurious new London penthouse.
The Rocketman star, 30, has reportedly purchased the lavish property in a posh new development, which includes access to a pool, sauna and juice bar.
It comes after Taron's incredible success at Sunday's Golden Globe Awards, as he took to the stage to accept Best Actor In A Motion Picture: Musical Or Comedy for his performance as a young Elton John.
Big spender: Taron Egerton has reportedly splashed out £3 million on a luxurious new penthouse in London (pictured in Los Angeles on Tuesday)
As well as his luxurious penthouse, Taron will have access to a pool and sauna facilities in the new build, along with 24 hour personal trainers.
MailOnline has contacted representatives for Taron Egerton for comment.
Casual: It comes after Taron chanelled his portrayal of Elton John in a multicoloured cardigan as he waited for his limo at the Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles
The reports come after Taron was spotted waiting for his limo at the Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles, and appeared to channelling his version of Elton in an eclectic multicoloured cardigan.
Sensational: It comes after the Kingsman star took to the stage at the Golden Globe Awards on Sunday to accept Best Actor In A Motion Picture - Musical Or Comedy for Rocketman
On Sunday he was left stunned as he accepted his first ever Golden Globe for his performance in Rocketman.
Taking to the stage he said: 'This role has changed my life, it's been the best experience of my life, it's been such a joyous thing.
He also thanked Elton's husband city line car service ozone park David Furnish for being convinced 'he could play his husband.'
Taron then added: 'To Elton John, thank you for the music, for living a life less ordinary and thank you for being my friend.
'My mother is in the room somewhere. This is for you mam.'
Stellar: Taron thanked singer Elton and his husband David Furnish as he accepted the award, which is his first Golden Globe in his career