Robbie Williams, 48, is said to have sold his family’s Los Angeles mansion to Drake in a separate deal and also sold his home in Wiltshire for £6.75m
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Robbie Williams said his family is deciding on their new whereabouts after he sold all of their properties.
The rock singer DJ is said to have sold his Los Angeles mansion to rapper Drake for £35 million in a separate deal.
In January, he sold his home in Wiltshire for £6.75m, meaning the family are now looking at their options.
He told Australian radio hosts Kyle and Jackie O: “Actually, we’re nowhere.
“We don’t have a place to live right now, we sell pretty much everywhere, we don’t live anywhere and we’re trying to figure that out.
“Four kids in a row is a Rubix Cube puzzle that we’re trying to sort out because if they’re at school they won’t see me because I’m everywhere and if they’re at home they won’t. having another set of things is a problem. “
He went on to say he couldn’t confirm whether he sold his mansion to Drake, and joked, “If that’s true, I’d sign a non-disclosure agreement with anyone. Canada does about that.
“I can’t reveal whatever happened, I’ll be in trouble.”
He shares the house with his wife Ayda Field, 42, and their four children; Theodora, nine, Charlton, seven, Colette, three, and Beau, two.
The Take That star also said of her biopic Better Man: “I’m filming a movie in Australia.
“For a narcissist, it’s a great project because it’s all about me and my life.
“The movie was all the fun before I lost my testosterone.
“The project is a bit fragmented, but it’s nearing completion very quickly.
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“I believe I’ll play me at a later date, of course I’ll have to, I think I’ll play me for a pretty long part of the movie.”
It has been revealed that Robbie has offered young Australian stars the role of Take That in the biopic.
The story is being adapted by Australian film producer Michael Gracey, who directed The Greatest Showman.
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Robbie recently talked about how he’s been forced to look at life differently since the death of his friend Shane Warne.
“His passing has inspired me to think about life in a different way – and the fragility of life is scary,” he said.
The singer also admitted that he has always admired the 52-year-old cricket legend and added: “If you don’t love Shane Warne, you’re an asshole.”
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