Robbie Williams opens up on ‘anxiety’ over missing work whilst in lockdown
Pop sensation Robbie Williams has spoken out about lockdown and the impact it’s had on his working life.
The 46 year old star has been isolating with wife Ayda Field, 41, and their children Theodora, seven, Charlton, five, Colette, 20 months and four-month-old baby Beau, and has admitted he’s “grateful” to have spent time with them amid the pandemic.
However, talking to Mark Wright on Heart radio, the Let Me Entertain You hitmaker also revealed he’s had a “sort of anxiety” about work.
Chatting to former The Only Way Is Essex star Mark, Robbie said: “I’ve been wanting to get back to work and do things. And I’ve been thinking, I’ve got sort of anxiety about, I can’t get and be and do, and then I thought to myself, do you know what, I’m in exactly the right place with exactly the right people at exactly the right time.
"There might never be another time on the planet where I get to spend this much concentrated time with my family, my kids so I’m very grateful."
Mark, 33, then opened up on his own lockdown situation whilst chatting to Robbie.
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Mark said: “It’s so hard to find a positive in such a negative situation, but you have to take positives from everything in life.
“The one thing for me, you are busier than me of course, but I travel around the world so much that I’m away from my wife a lot so to be home with her during this lockdown period in a way has been amazing.”
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Robbie, who recently got a phone for the first time in 14 years, responded to Mark by saying: “Yeah and like you say, finding the positive in a negative, that bit has been a blessing for me. That being said, I can’t wait to get back to work and do what I do because I enjoy doing that too."
And it seems the singing star has picked up a new hobby whilst in lockdown too, and it centres around a gadget.
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Robbie revealed that he got rid of his phone back in 2006 because he didn’t like having one, however now he owns a phone again, and revealed in an Instagram live recently that his wife Ayda is not keen on how much time he is spending staring at the screen.
The former Take That singer said: “I have a phone now, because I didn't have a phone for a long time. Last night my wife said, ‘you're on your phone too much,’ and she's right.
“So now I've got to get off my phone, even though I'm on it now, and then I've got to find out what I'm now going to be addicted to, my new addiction.”
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