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There’s even been some cute social media exchanges between the devilishly attractive duo.She has been spotted getting up close and personal to Prince Andrew - and has dated Hollywood star George Clooney - but 'down to earth' Monika Jakisic lives at home with her parents, Mail Online can reveal.But while the Duke of York lives in luxury at the Royal Lodge in the grounds of Windsor Great Park, previously inhabited by the Queen Mother, Monika lives with her parents Maria, said to work as a cleaner, and Not quite Buckingham Palace: Monika Jaksic, who has been pictured on a string of dates with Prince Andrew - and previously dated George Clooney - lives with her parents and brother in a 0,000 townhouse Title documents held by the Land Registry state: 'The transfer dated 17th December 2007 made between the Mayor and Burgesses of the London Borough of Camden and Zdravko Jakisic, Marin Jakisic, Mari Jakisic and Monika Jakisic was made pursuant to Part V of the Housing Act 1985.'Rumours of a romantic relationship between the model and royal first emerged after they were seen together celebrating the prince’s birthday in February at Cecconi’s restaurant in London's Mayfair, where he was reportedly seen kissing her hand and cuddling up to her.” Billy asked.“No pressure,” a coy Sarah responded. It’s not really that important.”“The blogsphere says that it happened very quickly,” Billy said.“It was quick,” Sarah said.“It was a little nerve-wracking because you know, everybody loves George, and so, to be in the public eye like that, it was a little bit stressful.”They dated for nearly a year and during that time Sarah was introduced to the ultra-exclusive world of Hollywood by George’s side – all while under the media glare.“It’s a lot to take in,” she said. At times, I [didn’t] know what to do.”“Was it ever normal? ” Billy asked.“That’s an odd question,” Sarah replied. “You know, break-ups are difficult, but people, you know, we move on, go onto other things.”“Do you still talk?