Billionaire James Packer parties with friends – and a bikini-clad blonde – at his $50M Cabo estate after revealing he’s the ‘happiest’ he’s been in years

The young woman sat alone by the water and concealed her face behind a pair of sunglasses as she kicked back on a pool chair.

At one stage, he joined several guests for lunch outdoors on a large circular oak table.

Packer, 54, (right) was all smiles as he was surrounded by friends at the lavish estate

The casino and publishing mogul kept things casual in a navy T-shirt, dark sunglasses and shorts.

His girlfriend Kylie Lim wasn’t spotted with the group. The pair haven’t been pictured together in about a year. 

Packer’s luxury property in Cabo is located on the southern tip of Mexico’s Baja California peninsula.

He first bought the land in 2018, with construction taking about three years. 

One of the guests at the party was a bikini-clad blonde who could be seen relaxing by the pool and scrolling through her iPhone 

The property takes up one of largest beachfront blocks in Cabo San Lucas. 

He reportedly paid $10million for the site, which boasts direct beach access and uninterrupted views of the Sea of Cortez.

Packer recently said he was the ‘happiest’ he’s been in years, after shedding 25kg in 75 days and ditching the seven mood-altering drugs he was taking to help with his mental health.

The former executive chair of Crown Resorts will return to Sydney next March with his ex-wife Erica and their three children, Indigo, 13, Jackson, 12, and Emmanuelle, nine.

Some of Packer’s friends brought their children with them, making it a fun afternoon for all 

‘I’m roughly 130kg now and want to be back to 100kg by the end of 2022. I want to swim with my kids at Bondi when we’re all in Sydney together next year and be 100kg,’ he told The Weekend Australian from his home in Mexico.

The businessman said he’d quit the antidepressants and antipsychotic drugs he was prescribed in March, and was now looking to ‘rehabilitate’ his reputation in Australia.

‘I am very much looking forward to seeing Crown Sydney… it hasn’t been appropriate for me to be in Australia for the last few years,’ he said. 

Packer sold Crown to private investment company Blackstone for $8.9billion in a deal that was finalised in June, pocketing $3.3billion in the process.

The sale marked the end of a major chapter in his life which at times was mired by controversy amid inquiries into the company and allegations of money laundering.

Despite the investigations, the billionaire credited his casinos in Melbourne, Perth and Sydney for changing the cities ‘for the better’.

The father of three said he was now excited to begin his ‘third act’ and plans to ease back into public life in Australia.

Packer (pictured on October 26, 2017, in Melbourne) recently said he was the ‘happiest’ he’s been in years after losing weight and coming off antidepressants 

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