Singer James Blunt could be set to quit the music industry to spend idyllic days on his yacht in Ibiza.
The balladeer has sold 18m albums worldwide since his smash hit You're Beautiful stayed at the top of the UK charts for five weeks.
After a series of dates around the globe, Blunt has put down his guitar and may not pick it up again, reports The Mail on Sunday.
He said: "I just want to take some time out for myself. I haven't got any plans to do more songwriting. I have been chilling out since I finished my world tour and I've spent a lot of time in Ibiza, where I have a villa."
Blunt said he enjoys the stunning scenery on the Spanish island, but at 38 is not too old to hit the nightclubs with girlfriend Sofia Wellesley.
He added: "Sofia and I had a great time hanging out with friends on my yacht but we partied as well."
Blunt was a career soldier and an officer in the renowned Life Guards regiment. He left the military in 2002 and shot to fame three years later.
He has won two Brit Awards, five Grammy nominations and his first album, Back To Bedlam, sold 6m copies.
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