It’s a wrap: This week’s celebrity home swaps

Academy Award-winning actress Natalie Portman has just shelled out a cool $6.5 million on an equally cool home in Montecito, California.

It’s official: Angelina Jolie is moving to Los Feliz. The actress and philanthropist closed on her purchase of the famed Cecil B. DeMille estate for $24.5 million last week, two months after it was rumored that she made a bid on the 2.1-acre spread.

This may be the perfect apartment for early risers. “Today” show anchor Savannah Guthrie and her husband, political consultant Michael Feldman, have listed their large combination apartment for $5.995 million.

Call it a phat find. Last week, The Real Deal reported that a 20,000-square-foot mansion in Beverly Park Circle quietly sold for $25 million after lingering on and off the market for nearly a year. Now, the real estate grapevine is pointing to Kimora Lee Simmons as the buyer.

There’s only one place they call Bon Jovi one of their own, and it turns out that place is not 150 Charles. The rocker has just listed his condo at the star-studded 150 Charles in the West Village for $17.25 million.

Richard Serra’s new Tribeca home is big, but we’re not sure it’s quite big enough to house one of his magnificent — and gigantic — art projects. The contemporary artist just picked up a full-floor unit at 173 Duane Street in Tribeca for $7 million.

NBA player Kris Humphries just unloaded his Beverly Hills digs in a slam dunk sale. It sold for $8.25 million — $2 million more than what he paid in 2015 for the estate, which was featured on an episode of Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles.

Actor Kelsey Grammer — best known for playing the lovable curmudgeon Frasier Crane — has just offloaded his condominium at 100 Eleventh Avenue for a tad under $8 million. His father’s ugly chair is not included in the sale.

Actress Diane Kruger, who recently received the Best Actress Award at the Cannes Film Festival for her performance in the German movie “In the Fade,” is one of Tribeca’s newest residents. Kruger — through a trust — dropped $4.2 million on an eco-conscious pad on White Street.