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Robbie Williams says he’s been left with nowhere to live after selling his homes

Singer Robbie Williams has revealed he has sold many of his properties and now has nowhere to live.

Robbie, 48, has said he is trying to work out where to live with his wife of 12 years Ayda Field and their four children, Theodora, Charlie, Colette and Beau.

The former Take That star said: “We’ve pretty much sold everywhere we don’t live anywhere and we’re trying to figure it out.”

In January, the Angels singer sold his stunning house in Wiltshire for £6.75million and last week reportedly struck up a deal with US rapper Drake who is said to have bought his lavish Los Angeles mansion for £37.5m.

Robbie recently appeared on the Kyle and Jackie O Australian Radio show where he was asked about whether Drake was the buyer of his LA pad.

The singer jokingly claimed he couldn’t reveal anything because he would get into trouble.

He said: “If it was true I would have signed a non-disclosure agreement with any Canadians that it happened with.”

Although there is no confirmation yet, a possible move to Australia might be on the cards for the hitmaker as he revealed he is shooting a film there.

Robbie’s fast paced life is set to be aired in a new biopic, with Australian filmmaker Michael Gracey at the helm.

Directing The Greatest Showman and being executive producer on the Elton John biopic, Rocket Man, means Gracey will have no problem bringing Robbie’s world to life on the big screen.

Titled Better Man, the film is set to include all aspects of his life, including his lengthy battle with alcohol and drug addiction which saw him check into rehab in 2007.

The singer said: “The film is the juicy bits before I lost my testosterone.”

He continued: “The project is a little bit disjointed but is about to be in complete harmony very soon."

The film is also diving into the world of Take That, with Robbie showing interest in younger Australian stars to take on the role of his former band members.

The heartthrob has also confirmed that he himself will be appearing in the biopic playing himself for “quite a chunk” of the film.

The film will also include many of his famous songs, however, they are being re-recorded to match the scenes.

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