The former Take That star Robbie Williams recently said his family were ‘homeless’ after offloading all of their properties, including their £6.75m ‘mega mansion’ in Compton Bassett.

The 48-year-old said he and his wife Ayda Field, 42, and their four children are now working out their next steps.

According to the Metro, he said in an Australian radio interview on KIIS 106.5 Sydney: “We’re actually nowhere. We haven’t got an abode right now, we’ve pretty much sold 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 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.

“We are all just trying to figure it out.”

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The celebrity couple has previously been known to split their time between the UK and the US in various dream homes.

Robbie hasn't just been auctioning off real estate; the musician is also looking to make money out of some of his art collection.

The musician discussed his plans to auction off three of his works, including Girl With Balloon, Kissing Coppers, and Vandalised Oils (Choppers).

The artworks, which are among Banksy's most well-known, are expected to fetch millions when they hit the auction block.

After spending some of their life in the stunning county of Wiltshire, the next steps for Robbie and Ayda could be looking very different for them and their four children; Theodora, aged nine, Charlton, aged seven, Colette, who is three, and started school last year, and Beau who is just two years old.

Their next chapter could now mean they are leaning towards life down under after it was revealed that a new biopic about his life is about to be filmed there.

He said: “I am shooting a film in Australia. For a narcissist, it’s a wonderful project because it’s all about me and my life. The film is the juicy bits before I lost my testosterone.

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

“I believe I am playing me at a later date, of course, I would have to, I think I am playing me for quite a chunk of the film.”

The Sun previously revealed how Robbie was casting young Australian stars to star as Take That in the biopic, called Bet.