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The stones, which were originally placed on James’ land in 1788, were actually removed from Jersey’s capital St Helier and authorities were hoping to get them back.
Known as a Neolithic dolmen, the collection of stones was freely given to Field Marshal Henry Seymour Conway over 300 years ago before they made their way to the mansion.
Since moving to the US in 2015, James showed no sign of returning to the UK, as friends say the presenter is moving back to be “closer to the family”.
This means he is now planning to sell his £8.37m house in Brentwood, Los Angeles as he steps down from his hosting job in the spring.
James recently told ITV’s Good Morning Britain: “I love where we live. I love being in Los Angeles, but we always knew it was an adventure and not the final destination.”