The glamourous racing presenter Francesca Cumani and her estranged husband, Rob Archibald, are moving on after their recent split.
Rather than selling their luxury Randwick apartment, they’ve elected to rent out their $2.48 million acquisition which dates back to 2016.
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The Sydney bolthole purchase by the Scone-based couple followed the birth of the couple’s first child, Harry, a few months earlier.
The Channel 7 racing presenter recently told The Daily Telegraph the two are moving on with their lives.
They had to juggle their relationship from either side of the world after Cumani took a job in Britain with ITV.
“From the beginning we knew that living between the UK and Australia would be a challenge but we believed we could make it work,” she said.
“Sadly we were wrong. The most important thing now is to make sure we look after our son so he isn’t affected by what has happened.”
Cumani has been dating fellow ITV racing commentary team member Oli Bell following the split late last year.
The Randwick apartment has been advertised as being furnished or unfurnished, however the agent updated prospective tenants that the owner has decided to move all the furniture back to the UK.
McFadden Property’s Amanda McFadden is seeking $1,800 a week for the apartment.
Set on the top floor in the award-winning Pindari complex, the penthouse spans 250 sqm.
It has three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
An entertaining terrace flows from the living spaces.
Cumani, who was born in the UK, is the daughter of acclaimed Italian-born trainer Luca Cumani.
Francesca brother Matt Cumani is a trainer in Melbourne.