British actress Helena Bonham Carter has received an apology from a newspaper, which had made an "unfounded" comment about the way she set-up home with partner Tim Burton.
In an article published in The Independent on February 27 titled "One big happy family three separate houses", writer Amy Jenkins claimed the actress lived in a separate house next door to long-term partner Burton.
And that their two children and the nanny live in a "third house in the same street".
Jenkins went on to describe the situation as "chilling".
Bosses at the newspaper have now issued an apology to the star for the incorrect information, clarifying the couple's home set-up with an excerpt in the publication on March 6.
"In fact the house which the children and the nanny live in is next door to the parents' houses and the three houses are interconnected," the Daily Star quoted the statement from the paper as stating.
"In fact the entire family live together in a single home that is fashioned from three adjacent former artist's studios," it stated.
The paper then issued an apology to Bonham Carter.
"The comment that this arrangement is 'not so much eccentric as chilling', is unfounded and we accept that Helena Bonham Carter is a caring mother and apologise to her for suggesting otherwise," it added.