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Robbie Williams has told Australian radio hosts that his family have ‘nowhere to live’ currently after selling off all his properties.

The star, 48, and his wife, Ayda Field, 42, have not yet laid down new roots – and it’s probably a better kind of homelessness than most people have!

Talking on Australian media to radio hosts Kyle and Jackie O, Robbie let the cat out of the bad, declaring:

 

‘We’re actually nowhere…We haven’t got an abode right now, we’ve pretty much sold everywhere, we don’t live anywhere and we’re trying to figure it out….The four kids are constantly a Rubix Cube puzzle that we’re trying to sort out because if they are schooled then they don’t see me because I’m all over the place and if they are home-schooled then they have another set of things that are a problem.’

 

 

He also humorously noted that he can’t confirm the recent reports that Drake was the buyer his house, adding that if it was true, there would have been an ‘airtight’  non-disclosure agreement with ‘any Canadians’ involved.

Saying plenty, without saying anything we think!

The Rock DJ hitmaker and his wife Ayda have four children, Theodora, nine, Charlton, seven, Colette, three (who started school last year), and Beau, two.

The family were formerly living in Wiltshire, with the house reportedly selling for a lofty £6.75million.

Whilst the focus appears to be on the UK, the star pair have split their time between the US and the UK. However, the star is unsure which side of the Atlantic to call home in the future.

 

Not Quite A FireSale!

 

Houses are not the only thing Robbie’s been selling off, with the singer also auctioning off 3 Banksy paintings.

The singer revealed his plans to auction off his three pieces –

  • Girl With Balloon,
  • Kissing Coppers and
  • Vandalised Oils (Choppers).

 

 

Robbie said:

 

 

‘I remember seeing Girl With Balloon, Vandalised Oils (Choppers) and Kissing Coppers for the first time….I believe they are some of his best paintings and I love how closely linked they are to the street pieces….As a collector of Banksy’s work, you become part of a broader cultural movement.’

 

The wonderful art pieces, which are some of Banksy’s most recognisable, are rumoured to be able to fetch many more millions for the Williams’ kitty when they go on sale.

 

Despite the clear out, we hope that Robbie continues to make the UK home!

 

Londonlad
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