Ayda wants Robbie to grow up

Robbie Williams’ new wife wants him to “stop being a kid” before they have children.

The ’Shame’ singer – who married actress Ayda Field in Los Angeles last month – joked that while he is ready to start a family, his spouse has urged him to cut down on playing his favourite video games and learn to be more responsible.

He said: “Ayda is really keen on the idea of children. I think she would be a wonderful mother, but she has told me not to even think about it before I stop being a kid myself.

“I need to spend less time on the Playstation but Ayda thinks I’ll be a good dad.

“I have no idea how many kids we’ll have – only time will tell.”

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