Robbie Williams Says He’s Homeless After Selling All His Properties

Robbie Williams has revealed he is currently homeless after selling all of his properties.

The singer said during a radio interview that he and his wife Ayda Field, to whom he has been married for 11 years, “have no place to stay at this time”.

“We’re actually nowhere,” he told Australian DJs Kyle and Jackie O, adding, “We’ve sold pretty much everywhere.”

Williams continued, “We don’t live anywhere and we’re trying to figure it out.”

The “Rock DJ” singer previously lived in Wiltshire with Field and their four children: Theodora, nine, Charlton, seven, Colette, three, and Beau, two. He sold the house in January for a reported £6.75million.

Williams said of his children, “The four kids are a constant Rubix Cube puzzle that we’re trying to solve because when they’re at school they don’t see me because I’m everywhere and when they’re homeschooled, then they have a different set of things that pose a problem.

Williams, who splits his time between the UK and US, also addressed rumors that Canadian rapper Drake had bought one of his properties for £35million, explaining: “If it were true I would have signed a non-disclosure agreement with all Canadians that it happened with.”

Robbie Williams addressed rumors he sold his property to Drake

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The singer is currently filming a biopic of his life titled better personin Australia.

“It’s a wonderful project for a narcissist because it’s all about me and my life,” he said of the film being directed The greatest showmanis Michael Gracey.

Williams will play the older version of himself, with another iteration of the singer being played by a CGI monkey.

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Tom Vazquez

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