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7 November 2012, 11:53 | Updated: 7 November 2012, 12:02
The 'Rock DJ' singer could be set to escape the UK's winter with the purchase of the property in the Caribbean.
Robbie Williams is reportedly set to purchase a new home in the Bahamas as he looks to escape the cold winter of the UK.
The 'Angels' singer has been based in Los Angeles for the last few years, but has since spent much time back in the UK as he promotes new album 'Take The Crown'.
"Robbie, and particularly Ayda, have been feeling the effects of the cold in London over the last couple of weeks," a source told The Sun newspaper. "They are accustomed to the sunnier climes of LA — so they started talking about sunny holidays.
"Ayda has spent most of her life in the US so she loves the sunshine."
The insider admitted that the Take That star will remain in the UK long-term as he continues his solo promotion and allows new baby daughter to grow accustomed to "everything English".
"They've been looking at properties in the Bahamas because they've spent time there before and love the anonymity Robbie has there," they continued.
Meanwhile, Robbie is currently enjoying the success of his new single 'Candy' after it was named the Vodafone Big Top 40 number one this week.
His new album 'Take The Crown' was also released on Monday (5th November) on the same day he performed in Oxford Street to turn on the London Christmas lights.