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Having fun together is Robbie Williams’s advice for a successful marriage.

Robbie Williams has revealed the key to his long-lasting marriage.

The former member of Take That discussed his new album, XXV, on Good Morning Britain. This year celebrates his 25th anniversary as a solo artist.

The 48-year-old man stated this of his partner of 20 years, Ayda Field: “We’re dead lucky because we make each other laugh and we like each other. We still have feelings for each other.

When it comes to his family’s online presence, he acknowledges he exercises some discretion.

‘You’re not going to show the parts when she’s really annoyed with me, and I’m really annoyed with her for being really annoyed with me for just living the way that I live,’ he said.

It was on August 7th, 2010, in a private ceremony at their Beverly Hills, California, home that the pair tied the knot.

The eight canines in the couple’s care served as bridesmaids, and a surprise performance by Williams of “Angels” got everyone on their feet and singing along.

Williams and Field are parents to four children, yet they rarely share photos of their family on social media.

The parents take great care to shield their children’s identities and provide a private environment for them.

Known as Coco, the couple’s daughter Colette was born to Field and her surrogate in 2018, and Beau will join the family in 2020.

Theodora Rose, nicknamed “Teddy,” was born in 2012, and Charlton followed in 2014.

The announcement comes after the star admitted on Tuesday that he “lost everything” in the late ’90s.

He revealed, “From 1995 to 2000, while I was riding that train into hedonism, I felt the most sorrow.”

“I lost everything: my identity, my home, my family, my friends, and most of all, my faith in the future.”

When asked if he enjoys being referred to be a seasoned performer, he said, “I accept it with open arms,” adding that he could not have handled the alternative scenario of “not being on the earth, not being around, and not having my profession.” Please accept my thanks.”

Jimmy Curd

Jimmy Curd is a features editor at iPress USA, where He oversees The Broadsheet newsletter and edits the publication’s long-form storytelling, as well as its coverage of gender and business.

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