Robbie Williams has coughed up £17m on Michael Winner's 46-room London mansion, according to reports.
The singer is rumoured to have got a surprisingly good deal on his new pad - as the asking price two years ago was £60m.
The former Take That star is thought to have bought the late director's Grade II-listed Woodland House in Holland Park, London, after recently complaining about "astronomical" property prices.
It's thought Robbie wants his daughter Theodora to grow up in London, rather than LA where he and his wife Ayda are currently based.
The home boasts a huge indoor pool and a cinema room in the basement.
Estate agent Andrew Langton, of Aylesford International, told The Mirror: “The most important thing is that Woodland House has gone to a family and not a developer, which is really what Sir Michael wanted.”
Although Robbie has been linked to the house (previously viewed by David and Victoria Beckham), he has not been confirmed as its new owner due to a confidentiality clause.
And a source told The Telegraph: “I’d be surprised if Williams had bought it as it’s very open and right on the road so I wouldn’t have thought it would suit someone with quite so many fans. I believe that was why the Beckhams decided to go for another property instead.”