Friday, August 12, 2022

Francesca Cumani sells apartment ‘for around $3.1mln’

Francesca Cumani

The racing commentator and her former husband, polo player Rob Archibald, sold the unit for ‘around $3.1 million’, according to

Horseracing identity Francesca Cumani has sold her Randwick apartment ahead of its auction date.

The racing commentator and her former husband, polo player Rob Archibald, sold the unit for ‘around $3.1 million’, according to

Cumani and Archibald separated back in 2018.

The 290sqm apartment Eastern suburbs apartment features three bedrooms. It also boasts a full-width entertainer’s balcony accessed off the open-plan kitchen, living and dining area.

The former couple purchased the home in 2016 for $2.48 million.

Francesca and Rob have a four year old son named Harry.

Francesca works for both Channel 10 Sport Australia and also ITV in the UK. She used to commentate for Channel Seven.

Francesca is the daughter of Italian thoroughbred horse trainer and breeder Luca Cumani.

She didn’t attend the Melbourne Cup in Australia this year, which is held at Flemington Racecourse, but commented on the event from London.

Right, next year I’m definitely going to be at ”The Cup” alongside the wonderful Channel 10 team at Flemington but this year I had to settle for beaming in from London, she captioned a picture of herself in a TV studio.

Last year Francesca was forced to cancel her Melbourne Cup commitments amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Coronavirus is the reason why Francesca Cumani can’t join us in Australia this year for the Melbourne Cup, sports presenter Stephen Quartermain announced on Channel Ten.

But it hit home even more seriously overnight when Cesca’s dad, acclaimed Italian-born trainer Luca Cumani, was diagnosed with COVID-19 and she was put into isolation.


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