Robbie Williams reunites with pal Jimmy Carr as they head out for dinner in LA

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Brits Robbie Williams, 48, and Jimmy Carr, 49, appeared in high spirits as the duo arrived at swanky Craig’s restaurant in West Hollywood on Friday.  

The friends beamed as they entered the venue, smiling for fans before enjoying a sumptuous dinner.

While Jimmy was visiting to perform at Netflix Is A Joke’s comedy festival. Robbie has lived in sunny Los Angeles since 2006 and recently purchased a brand new $49.5million mansion in the city.

Pals: Brits Robbie Williams, 48, and Jimmy Carr, 49, appeared in high spirits as the duo arrived at swanky Craig's restaurant in West Hollywood on Friday

Pals: Brits Robbie Williams, 48, and Jimmy Carr, 49, appeared in high spirits as the duo arrived at swanky Craig’s restaurant in West Hollywood on Friday

The former Take That singer cut a casual figure in an all black ensemble, sporting a silk bomber jacket and tight fitting jeans.

The Angels hitmaker added a pop of colour to the look with a pair of blood red socks which were visible from his stylish loafers.

Robbie wore his salt and pepper hair slicked back as he showed off his neck tattoo, which was in honour of the late comedians Ronnie Corbett and Ronnie Barker. 

Cool dude: Former Take That star Robbie cut a casual figure in an all black ensemble, sporting a silk bomber jacket and tight fitting jeans

Cool dude: Former Take That star Robbie cut a casual figure in an all black ensemble, sporting a silk bomber jacket and tight fitting jeans

Controversial comedian Jimmy looked smart in an alabaster check blazer with he layered over an open necked cerulean shirt.

Opting for a blue look the Eight Out Of Ten Cats host wore smart navy chinos along with matching loafers.

His dark hair neatly parted, Jimmy carried his belongings for the evening in a navy tote bag. 

Splashing out: The former Take That singer (pictured with his wife Ayda), 48, was earlier this month reported to have sold his Beverley Crest mansion to rapper Drake in a private $35-$50 million deal for the ten bedroom, twenty-two bathroom mansion

Splashing out: The former Take That singer (pictured with his wife Ayda), 48, was earlier this month reported to have sold his Beverley Crest mansion to rapper Drake in a private $35-$50 million deal for the ten bedroom, twenty-two bathroom mansion

The outing comes after the pop star snapped up a lavish property in the city once owned by comedian Fanny Brice – for $49.5 million just weeks after saying he has ‘nowhere to live’ after selling off a lot of his homes, sources claim. 

Earlier this month  he was reported to have sold his Beverley Crest mansion to rapper Drake in a private $35-$50 million deal for the ten bedroom, twenty-two bathroom mansion.

But now it appears Williams has his sights set on Holmby Hills, where the stunning Faring Estate – which comes with a tennis court, koi pond, and a gated garage which can house more than 15 cars – is located.

The estate, with eight bedrooms, features a two-story entry adorned with a spiral staircase, and is furnished with a seemingly endless amount of luxurious amenities including a wine cellar, butler’s pantry, saltwater pool, vegetable and rose gardens, sauna and pool house.

It also comes with two guest houses, one of which is the work of architect John Elgin Woolf, the manganate of the Hollywood Regency style.

Lavish: According to estate agents Hilton & Hyland, residing in the sprawling superproperty will allow residents to'entertain with ease and become a part of true LA history'

Lavish: According to estate agents Hilton & Hyland, residing in the sprawling superproperty will allow residents to ‘entertain with ease and become a part of true LA history’

‘The Faring Estate by renowned architect Oscar Shamamian stands as a legendary monument to Los Angeles history,’ Hilton & Hyland added on its website. 

And its Old Hollywood legacy couldn’t be more bedazzling, with the mansion originally being built for iconic singer, actress and comedian Fanny Brice in 1938, according to The Real Deal.

She was famously played by Barbara Streisand in a Broadway musical based on her life 

The starlet, whose life is the subject of semi-biographical musical Funny Girl, lived at the Faring Estate until she died in 1951. 

Forbes reported that the Holmby Hills property went on the market for $58 million in January. 

Lucky: The estate,with eight bedrooms, features a two-story entry adorned with a spiral staircase, and is furnished with a seemingly endless amount of luxurious amenities

Lucky: The estate,with eight bedrooms, features a two-story entry adorned with a spiral staircase, and is furnished with a seemingly endless amount of luxurious amenities

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