Robbie Williams claimed he and his family “lived nowhere” after selling their properties.
The Angels hitmaker sold his home in Wiltshire, England, for $8.8m (£6.75m) in January, and it was reported last week that he had sold his mansion in Los Angeles to rapper Drake for $48m (£37m).
Speaking on Australia’s The Kyle and Jackie O Show, the British singer revealed he and his wife Ayda Field were trying to figure out where to settle with their four children and whether the children should be homeschooled or not .
“We’re actually nowhere,” he explained. “We don’t have housing right now, we’ve sold out pretty much 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 solve because if they’re schooled they don’t see me because I’m everywhere and if they’re homeschooled they have a different game of things that are problematic… We’re all trying to figure it out.”
The 48-year-old was asked to confirm whether Drake had brought his luxury property to Los Angeles, but he said he had signed a non-disclosure agreement and ‘would be in trouble’ if he revealed anything it would be.
The Let Me Entertain You star is currently gearing up to shoot her biopic in Melbourne, Australia. The film, titled Better Man, is directed by Michael Gracey of The Greatest Showman and will star Robbie as himself.
“The movie is the juicy bit before I lost my testosterone,” he said. “I believe I’m going to play myself at a later date, of course I should, I think I’m going to play myself for a good part of the movie.”