One of London's largest and most diverse boroughs has a namesake in New Zealand.
But, how much do the two Ealings, which are thousands of miles apart, have in common with each other?
Home to one of London's most diverse communities, Ealing has a population of around 338,400 making it the third largest borough in the capital by population size.
Culturally, Ealing may have birthed rock music, with the founders of The Rolling Stones meeting at the Ealing Jazz Club in 1962.
Prior to that, Ealing was known for having one of the oldest film studios in the world, which has been making films since 1902.
There is even a genre of comedy, known as Ealing Comedies, after the early pictures produced at the studio.
Vibrant communities like Southall have pulled in countless people from the world to chase their dreams in London.
Naturally, property is at a premium in Ealing, with many developments in the pipework as it continues to expand , and the average house price is more than £739,000 according to property website Zoopla.
Meanwhile one home currently for sale on Corfton Road in North Ealing could set you back around £5.6million.
So what is Ealing, New Zealand like?
To start with the bad news first, if you were planning to up sticks and more to the southern namesake, which is in the Canterbury region of the country, it's not likely.
There are currently no homes for sale in the village of Ealing, NZ, and the village's only school was closed in 1930 after a population decline.
What Ealing does have is some lush, green agricultural land, on the banks of the Rangitata river, and it is situated on the southern island of the country.
Settled in 1870, the biggest events in the town's calendar are Guy Fawkes Night and Christmas in the District Hall.
But while Ealing, London is a commuter hotspot for those working in central London, it would take an hour and a half to drive from Ealing into Christchurch, the largest city in New Zealand's southern island.
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