After Colombian singer Shakira and Spanish soccer player Gerard Pique reached an agreement on their separation, the duo reportedly agreed to sell their spectacular villa in Barcelona where they previously lived together. The couple reached a custody agreement last week, according to which the singer will move to Miami with their two sons, Milan and Sasha.
Spanish media are now reporting that the couple has decided to sell the house they lived in together, and its price is expected to be between 10.5 and 12 million pounds. Shakira and Pique's 380-square-meter villa is located in Esplugues de Llobregat, a private area about half an hour's drive from the city center.
Her photos surfaced on the socialite's Twitter account, giving a glimpse into the home of the famous former couple. You can see the spacious design in neutral colors and modern furniture, while a spectacular view of the city looms.
The villa also has a small soccer field built by Pique, while it also has its own recording studio and gym.
The former couple often shared photos and videos from their home.
By the way, Pique currently lives in a penthouse with his new girlfriend Clara Chia Marti, while Shakira stays in the family home.
The singer is expected to move early in the New Year, once her father has recovered enough to travel. "We wish to communicate that we have signed an agreement that guarantees the welfare of our children and that will be ratified in court as part of a mere formal procedure.
Our sole objective is to provide them with the upmost security and protection, and we trust that their privacy will be respected." "We appreciate the interest shown and hope that the children can continue with their lives with the necessary privacy in a safe and calm environment." they said in a joint statement.
The respected Catalan newspaper El Periodico revealed that Gerard will be with the children 10 days a month, starting next year, plus holidays. This means that the "retired" footballer will have to divide his time between Spain and the USA, which already raises assumptions that the Spaniard will also look for some accommodation in Florida, in order to have a permanent "base" in this area.