Robbie Williams has finally got him a new phone after 14 years.
The Angels singer opened up to his followers in life on his Instagram this week saying that he has at last decided to change the mobile that he bought in 2006.
He also said that his wife Ayda Field was not happy with him spending a long time with his phone. He told his followers: “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.
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“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.”
“As long as it’s not pills or booze or powders, I don’t care. There has to be something. I put one fire out and another comes up.”
He went live at late night and it was also viewed by The Sun he said: “I read the comments and they affect me.”
The couple share 4 kids together Theodora 7, Charlton 5, Beau 20, and 4months old, and they are kept away and quarantined due to the ongoing COVID-19.
Earlier last week his wife had been keeping herself away from the reality shows and is concentrating on her family and safeguarding their children from the pandemic.
Talking to ‘The Sun’ she told that she wants to ‘protect’ her kids and it won’t be fair to bring them to limelight.
Further, she added: “I would never say never to it and it’s been brought up to us before. But right now our privacy and protecting the kids is important to us. So it’s not on the deck yet.”
‘The kids are not even old enough to know what the ramifications of that might be. It would be unfair to make that choice for them and there’s a lot of adult things that come with exposure.”