Photos via: Daily Mail

Ricky Martin, 40, unloaded another Miami house – this one’s been on and off the market for five years. When he bought the homes he was a playboy leading “La Vida Loca.” Now that he has a serious boyfriend, Carlos Gonzalez, and a set of three year old twin boys, he’s thinking in more practical terms. Like what’s best for Valentino and Matteo. (Every time we see as long staircase like that we think of the tragic story of the little California boy who slid down the banister and cracked his head on the marble floor.) His huge Miami Beach “Mediterranean” house was once on the market for 19.8 million and he finally sold it for 10.6. The family is now living in New York where Ricky is starring as Che in “Evita” on Broadway.


Posted by Janet on April 22, 2012

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  1. By Muffie
    On April 22, 2012 at

    Every time I see R M I think how all women were somehow cheated, by him being gay. He is just soooo damn gorgeous. What a waste!

  2. By Bu
    On April 22, 2012 at

    I still love Ricky Martin!

  3. By Walt Cliff
    On April 22, 2012 at

    What beautiful homes he has and what what an incredible view on the one above. Wow.

    This kid has incredible vocals. My daughters and granddaughters love him and his music (as does my wife and I). Hope he has a long and prosperous life full of good health and happiness with his boys (I wish the same for them too.)

    His two little sons (aren’t they adorable?) are a good age to destroy a room in a matter of seconds. I bet are full of mischief (like they should be). I have never seen a healthy 3 year old that wasn’t.

  4. By Muffie
    On April 22, 2012 at

    Talking about views Walt, I am in the process of watching the Vancouver vs La game. They are showing panoramic views of Vancouver. I have to say, Patrick, you’re one lucky fella”

  5. By Muffie
    On April 22, 2012 at

    Speaking of the Canucks. I think I figured out why you are so MIA lately, Patrick. Your one of the Green Guys, aren’t ya?

  6. By Denise
    On April 22, 2012 at

    Gorgeous house, man and little boys.

    @Muffie, Patrick posted that he’s been MIA because sadly, his mother is quite ill.

  7. By Muffie
    On April 22, 2012 at

    Oh, thanks Denise, I didn’t know that. I was just joking with him anyway.

  8. By Patrick
    On April 22, 2012 at

    We live in Victoria on Vancouver Island, Muffie. It’s a very pretty place to live without the drama that Vancouver has going on right now with all of the gangs and killing. We used to live in Van but didn’t want our kids growing up there.Jessica and I plan to go back when the kids are finished school….maybe.
    Mom is dying of brain cancer. We are looking after mom in her house for as long as she can cope at home. It is very aggressive and happening too fast. Three months ago she was teaching at a local college. Now she is in a wheelchair.
    Tough times right now. Fucking cancer!!

  9. By Muffie
    On April 22, 2012 at

    Sorry about that Patrick. Good for you and your wife, for being willing to take on the heart wrenching role, of being the caretaker, for someone that is suffering.

    It seems that every week, somebody, who knows someone else, is suffering from that evil monster. Take care!

  10. By forrest gump
    On April 22, 2012 at

    he is finally deadly tired of himself?

  11. By Walt Cliff
    On April 23, 2012 at

    God bless you and your family Patrick. May God give all of you the necessary strength to deal with this illness. Patrick, you may already do this but when I was going through a very similar situation with my mom (and my mom’s mind would come and go), I would try and do little special things for her.

    For example, I would remember something cool she did for me (like not telling on me for something I broke or for fighting) and I remember thinking that she had some kind of mom super power to make things better for me. I reminded her but not just telling her she was special but telling her some of the millions of reasons specifically she was special to me and so many others.

    Patrick, your a smart young fellow and I am sure I am not telling you anything you don’t already know. I just know that now, it’s those last few months with mom that I always think about & cherish.

  12. By Patrick
    On April 23, 2012 at

    Thank you, Walt.
    All mothers are very special, but I feel mine is particularly so. Mother rose above certain aspects of adversity in her life that no one should have to experience. As a registered nurse she was very idealistic in her approach to her career and chose areas where she felt she could have the most impact. The first half of her career she devoted to the local hospital for handicapped children. Mother offered encouragement and hugs to children who led very sad childhoods and many of those children became successful and happy members of the community due in no small part to mothers cheerful nurturing. The second half of her career she chose a long term care facility{heavens little holding room by the sea}and gently held the hand of scared, alone, oldtimers in their final throes. Mother would smile kindly at them and tell them everything was going to be okay and they could do whatever they wanted to do. Mother said many people wanted permission to cross over and she gently offered that.
    Those people smile down on mother.
    This is really unfair, Walt.

  13. By Walt Cliff
    On April 23, 2012 at

    Patrick, it is unfair. My grandmother who raised me was also a nurse. It takes a special breed of person (male or female) to climb into that field to begin with. Clearly, it is not for everyone. Mine was loveable but tough.

    What an amazing mother you have. It sounds like you have been blessed. This has got to be difficult for your children too.


    “Mother said many people wanted permission to cross over and she gently offered that.”

    This is really more common that I had realized. I remember toward the end of my mom’s (biologically she was my grandmother) life, she knew where she was going and she was ready to go but wanted someone there with her. I wanted to be that someone. I use to pray to not take her from this earth without me being there beside her. If not for me, then please for her benefit. Mom liked an escort. And so it was on the night she passed, I was wide awake sitting beside her and the pastor and his wife came in and were also with her. I remember walking to the lobby afterward and crying and thanking God for answering my prayers.

    I also felt a peacefulness as I headed home because I knew where she was going and I knew she was not in pain any longer. It had been a long hard road since she was first sick and I was so proud to be able to be there for her.

    Patrick, you will forever be proud of your mom’s work and the people she has helped throughout her life. Not to mention the family she raised and friends she made. The wonderful example she has been for kids and grandkids.

  14. By Patrick
    On April 23, 2012 at

    Thank you, Walt.
    Thank you very much.
    I will be there.

  15. By Denise
    On April 23, 2012 at

    The remembrances above brought tears to my eyes. Patrick I am so sorry for what your family is going through. All I can say is God bless.

  16. By Hello
    On April 23, 2012 at

    Comfort her and keep her happy.

  17. By palermo
    On April 23, 2012 at

    I’m so sorry to hear this Patrick

  18. By Bu
    On April 25, 2012 at

    Patrick prayer to you and your Mum.

  19. By Sir Justin Ross
    On May 2, 2012 at

    Ricky Martin is a good father and his children a Beautiful and happy he has a family and some one to love and share his life with! This man has worked all his life to get to where he is and…I think he is doing a Supper job…You go Ricky!

  20. By Sir Justin Ross
    On May 2, 2012 at

    It is Healthy to be close to work and be able to get there just like that and the good part about it is that you have more time to spend with your children…Are you finish Ricky with having children or are you going to have more children to fill up that House! I just think your so gifted and smart and have Talent that blows every one away.


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    Love him or hate him, this guy is a loudmouth who doesn’t hesitate to tell it like he sees it- but there’s one thing he NEVER talks about: his prostate problem. Long story short: he LEAKS! He likes to project an image of macho virility, but under his custom made suits are custom made “diapers.” He’s VERY self-conscious and has absorbent but undetectable “panty liners” sewn into all his underwear, to avoid wet spots. Thanks to his arrogant behavior, he has more than a few enemies and he’s terrified his secret will be exposed and he’ll be forever ridiculed!


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