Ayda Field will be honest with her kids about Robbie's wild past

‘She has no idea how promiscuous their daddy was before me’: Ayda Field reveals she will be honest with their children about husband Robbie Williams’ ‘wild past’

They share four children, Theodora, seven, Charlton, five, Coco, 20 months and four-month-old baby Beau.  

And Ayda Field has revealed her and Robbie Williams, 46, have not discussed his wild past with their children, but when the time is right she will be honest.

The former X Factor judge, 41, said her oldest daughter is ‘so clued up’ when it comes to asking questions about his life before they started a family.

Open for discussion: Ayda Field has revealed her and Robbie Williams, 46, have not discussed his wild past with their children, but when the time is right she will be honest

Talking to The Sun, Ayda shared: ‘Teddy on a few occasions has seen Robbie in an old video and says, “Mum, did he date anyone before you?” I have to say, “Yes, Teddy he did”. She’s so clued up.’

She continued: ‘She has no idea how promiscuous their daddy was before me. But we are going to have to discuss Daddy’s past, Daddy’s drugs, Daddy’s dating.

‘I’m obviously going to be the angel in comparison, that’s fine by me.’ 

Robbie has previously been open and honest about his wild past and problems with addiction. 

‘Clued up’: The actress, 41, said her oldest daughter is ‘so clued up’ when it comes to asking questions about his life before they started a family (pictured with Theodora and Charlton)

He previously admitted he was just ’24 hours away from death’ at the height of his addiction, which saw him taking a dangerous cocktail of drugs.

He said in 2009: ‘I would do 20 Vicodin in a night. I might have been 24 hours away from dying. Then I’d take Adderall, which was like speed for people with ADHD. I’d be doing colossal, heart-stopping amounts of that.

‘It was the American addiction. Prescription pills. It wasn’t the best period of my life. You see Anna Nicole Smith goes off – pills. Michael Jackson goes off – pills. And Heath Ledger. I can relate to all of that.’

Ayda said: ‘She has no idea how promiscuous their daddy was before me. But we are going to have to discuss Daddy’s past, Daddy’s drugs, Daddy’s dating’ (pictured in 1995)

Robbie was admitted to a clinic in Arizona in 2007, on his 33rd birthday.

In 2015, the father-of-four spoke candidly about his struggles with drugs and mental illness at a press conference. Robbie said: ‘In 2006, I went on a world tour and I ended up doing rehab and I decided that I was going to retire.

‘I didn’t tell anybody because I knew that it was b******s and I was second guessing myself that I really hadn’t retired, so I spent three years retired and it’s taken me a long time to come back.’

Now, the star resides in LA with his family where he is currently isolating amid the coronavirus lockdown. 

On Friday, he enlisted the help of his wife with shaving his head as hairdressers continue to remain closed during the global pandemic.

New do’: On Friday, he enlisted the help of his wife with shaving his head as hairdressers continue to remain closed during the global pandemic

The Angels hitmaker was chopping off his salt-and-pepper locks with an electric razor in his bathroom when the actress came and filmed his progress.

Concerned for his safety Ayda asked if he was using a guard on the razor, but Robbie confirmed he wasn’t as he said ‘extreme things happening in the area.’

Ayda claimed his shaved head looked like a mullet and looked ‘prety f****d up’ as he still hadn’t chopped off his locks at the back, prompting him to ask for assistance.

Doting on her husband the TV personality happily took the razor to help him, and carefully shaved his head while making sure she wasn’t hurting him.

Helping hand: The Angels hitmaker was chopping off his salt-and-pepper locks with an electric razor in his bathroom when the actress came and filmed his progress

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