Switzerland has a new resident! And not the least since it is Robbie Williams. According to The Sun, the 46-year-old singer has just acquired a luxurious villa in Geneva not far from Lake Geneva. A purchase estimated at 24 million pounds or 27 million euros. Something to delight all his little family since it is with his wife the actress Ayda Field and their four children Teddy, Charlton, Coco and Beau that the British star intends to settle. It was after spending their last summer vacation in Switzerland that the former member of the group Take That fell in love with the country. He had in fact already expressed his intention following this stay to settle in Geneva to find the mountains and the great outdoors, and thus “flee the Covid”.
Especially since if Robbie Williams fell in love with this house, it is because in addition to its view of the lake, its huge swimming pool, and its park-like garden, it is also few steps from a golf club. An inveterate golfer, the interpreter of Feel can now indulge in one of his favorite hobbies without too much difficulty. “Robbie is a top level golfer and loves to practice there. Robbie and his family are thrilled. They love the pace of life here. They love the open space and the nearby lake.” A source explained to the Sun in particular, before adding: “The neighborhood is used to wealthy residents and their privacy is fully respected.”
Forty luxury in St Barth
Before joining Switzerland, Robbie Williams will have to show a little patience. The singer and his family are indeed stranded in St Barth where they spent the end of year celebrations. The reason ? The artist has contracted the coronavirus. He therefore self-isolated for at least fourteen days, in far from unpleasant conditions. On the contrary, on the small Caribbean island, he lives in a sumptuous villa rented for 160,000 euros per week. The star would however only suffer from “mild” symptoms as he told the Daily Star, assuring that all was well and that he was doing sports in particular to take care of and stay in shape.
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