Singer Cliff Richard looked relaxed and happy after he returned to the studio for the first time since being quizzed over sexual abuse claims.
The veteran singer is currently recording new tracks for his upcoming 101st album in Nashville, Tennessee.
Richard, 74, has veered away from the spotlight following claims that he abused a 15-year-old boy while attending a religious event in Sheffield in 1985.
The allegation resulted in a controversial raid by detectives on the singer’s 3 million pound apartment in Berkshire, reports dailymail.co.uk.
Sources claim Cliff is now reluctant to return to Britain, opting instead to stay at his holiday home on the Algarve.
The August raid, which took place while the pop legend was at another home in Barbados, also drew criticism as a BBC crew was on hand to film the police activity.
He is now believed to be selling the Art Deco property he originally purchased in 2008.