Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas have suffered a further setback stopping them from moving into their new Welsh home - building faults have been discovered.
Scaffolding has been put back up at the $3.6 million mansion in Mumbles, Swansea, so emergency repairs can be carried out.
The couple were due to be handed the keys to the luxury pad last week but will now have to wait until a new building inspection can be carried out.
Site developer Steve Gwynn has, however, dismissed the problems as "minor snags."
Just last week, Zeta-Jones and Douglas discovered a giant wind farm was being built offshore from their new home - potentially ruining their sea views.
A friend told British newspaper The Sun, "She has had nothing but trouble with this house. The view is the whole point of living there.
"It is stunning - but it will not be with a wind farm in the way."
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