- Rihanna’s London home, which she had been renting for £18,000 (386k) a month, has gone on sale for a mind-blowing £32 million (R986 million)
- In addition to boasting a home cinema, the lavish home also boasts a large garden, five stories and a gym
- The property was built in the 1800s and was first bought by diamond tycoon Daniel Francis
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Rihanna’s London home has gone on sale for a mind-blowing £32 million (R986 million). While we all knew Riri had a taste for the finer thing, this property sale is enough to make you question your entire existence.
International celebrities never fail to gobsmack us with their hella lush purchases, especially when it comes to whips and property. MAny celebs understand the value in property investments and our gurl Riri seems to be one of them.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Rihanna had been renting the eight-bedroom property, which is in St John’s Wood, for £18,000 (R386k) a month. Now that it is up for sale, peeps are wondering if Riri will purchase it.
The stunning home has been Rihanna’s city pad for almost three years. It has a full-on home cinema, a fully kitted home gym, it is five stories high, has lush marble flooring and a majestic garden.
The property was built in the 1800s and was first bought by diamond tycoon Daniel Francis, who was a director of De Beers. The house is truly fit for a queen.
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Briefly.co.za previously reported that the Juventus striker and family have returned to Italy after spending the entire lockdown period in his home town in Madeira, Portugal.
Ronaldo, partner Georgina Rodriguez and the children returned to Italy in his private jet after they all spent two months away.
CR7 is ready to join his team-mates as they hope the Serie A will resume any moment in a bid to win more laurels. It was gathered that the 35-year-old wanted to return to Italy as soon as possible and now they are staying in a stunning property many describe as a haven.
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