Robbie Williams has revealed that he currently doesn’t “live anywhere” after selling all his properties.
The singer said that he and his wife Ayda Field, whom he’s been married to for 11 years, “haven’t got an abode right now” during a radio interview.
“We’re actually nowhere,” he told Australian DJs Kyle and Jackie O, adding: “We’ve pretty much sold 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 for a reported £6.75m in January, according to the Independent.
Speaking about his children, Williams said: “The four kids are constantly a Rubik’s 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.”
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