Celine Dion has dramatically reduced the price of her Florida estate in a bid to finally sell the property after her husband René Angélil's death. The Think Twice singer has cut £21million ($30million) off the asking price as the Jupiter Island property failed to sell after almost three years on the market.
The five-bedroom estate, which has its own waterpark, tennis court and golf range, is now listed for £32million ($45million). Celine also sold her home in Quebec, Canada in February, and is reported to be planning to settle permanently in Las Vegas, where she has a residency show at Caesars Palace.
Celine Dion has cut £21million off the asking price for her Florida estate
The move comes just weeks after Celine's beloved husband and former manager René passed away following a long battle with cancer. While Celine took a few weeks off to grieve both René and her brother Daniel with her three sons Rene-Charles, Eddy and Nelson, she has since made an emotional return to the stage at the end of February.
Celine remained poised and elegant throughout her performance, in which she paid tribute to her late husband. She told the audience: "You know René always surrounded me with the very best people possible. I trusted him so much, that I never had the chance to worry about anything.
Celine's husband René Angélil passed away in January
"Now I guess it is only a natural impulse to constantly question myself. Would he let the kids play with these toys and is this song too fast, is this song too slow. Don't talk too much. It is pretty amazing that since he is no longer physically with me he is even more present.
Celine concluded: "We were one. And nothing has changed we will always be one."