Spider-Man Tom Holland sparks £ 3m on six-bed London mansion for fellow Zendaya girlfriend …

The SPIDER-MAN stars, Tom Holland and Zendaya, have taken the keys to a luxurious £ 3million six-bedroom apartment while making London their home.

Brit Tom, 25, bought a property in Richmond, South West London, last month.

The couple – who joined Spider-Man: Homecoming in 2016 – are planning a £ 250,000 renovation including a gym, cinema and men’s cave.

American actress Zendaya, 25, already owns a £ 3m house in Los Angeles but is said to be building roots with her boyfriend Tom London.

It is close to her parents and her childhood home in Kingston upon Thames.

A source told the Mirror: “They spend a month on the site and reunite their first house.

“They love each other very much and wanted their first home in London where Tom grew up. Everyone enjoys it.”

It had long been fans’ hopes that the actors would meet from the start of their on-screen romance on the Marvel Franchise network.

Tom and Zendaya fell in love while making the first film, but the two did not confirm the relationship.

Two years after the ‘separation’, they were photographed kissing on July 2021.

They have since caught the eye of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle who requested a secret interview with the couple – though they had never met before, a source said.

The Duke and Duchess were eager to connect with Spider-Man: No Way Home stars whose latest release grossed £ 1.27billion in the box office.

Harry’s old friend revealed that the couple unknowingly contacted Tom and Zendaya and asked them to meet.

He told Mail Online: “Tom and Zendaya were amazed at what I was hearing.

“Tom had never met Harry or talked to him in his life, so he didn’t know what they wanted.”

However, the couple met secretly in a Sussex apartment, which has nine rooms in Montecito.

The source said: “The meeting took place.”

It is thought that the royal family was eager to converse with American Zendaya and Brit Tom to encourage them to take part in one of their news projects.