Former Take That member Robbie Williams is currently trying to figure out where to live with his family. Williams married his wife Ayda Fields in 2010 after dating for 4 years. Together, the couple has four children, Theodora, Colette, Charlton and Beau.
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Robbie Williams is currently taking a break from his tour in Argentina. The singer is set to take the stage again in Mexico. In the meantime, Williams and Ayda are trying to figure out where to live with their four children.
Williams decided to sell all of his homes around the world and is now, as he says 'homeless', amid his searches for a new home.
Robbie Williams sold all of his homes
As a pop star, Robbie Williams owned a lot of homes all around the world. Indeed Williams had homes in Los Angeles, Switzerland and England, where he was planning to renovate his mansion for £17.5m.
Collectively, these mansions were worth £44 million, as reported by The Sun. The pair decided they no longer wanted to live in Los Angeles as it isn’t an ideal place to raise teenagers.
We don’t want to live in California all the time.
It’s just not the best place in the world to be raising teenagers and we’re going to have four teenagers eventually. Life is too fast there. I grew up too fast.
So where do Robbie Williams and Ayda want to raise their children? That’s the issue, it seems the couple cannot agree on a location.
Robbie Williams doesn’t want to live in England
Born in England, the singer doesn’t want to settle in his home country as he is ‘too famous’ and cannot guarantee his four children’s safety, which for any parent, is their first concern.
I don’t want to be in England all year round either. I’m just too famous there. I wish I could be as safe in my bubble as my kids are in theirs.
It would seem like Williams would like to live somewhere sunny with plenty of beaches and away from the European winter:
I would like to live in the Bahamas, but my wife doesn’t at all.
I love the heat there, I love summer, I love beaches and I love looking out on to the sea.
I’m just a lot happier in the sun than in the European winter.
For now, it is unclear where the family of six will end up living, but given Robbie Williams’ tour starting up next month, the family will have plenty of opportunities to house hunt.
The Sun: ‘ROB’S ROVING Robbie Williams says he’s still ‘homeless’ after admitting he doesn’t want to move to London or LA anymore’