Robbie Williams sends fans wild with completely naked photo

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A completely naked photo of Robbie Williams shared by his wife Ayda Field has sent fans wild on social media.

Pop star Robbie, 49, and Ayda, 44, recently celebrated 13 years of marriage and looked more loved up than ever.

In a previous Instagram post, the couple danced to Harry Connick Jr’s song It Had To Be You while they enjoyed a hike in the mountains.

His wife went on to share a raunchy photograph of her husband lying naked in bed that instantly snapped up the attention of fans.

Taking to Instagram, his wife Ayda posted: “@robbiewilliams you can mess my bed up anytime #sexbomb #zaddy #bedhead #weekendvibes (and yes, Rob gave me permission to post this:) AWxx”

In the background of the reel, Sexbomb by Tom Jones was played, whilst Robbie was seen splayed across the bed wearing a sleep mask.

Fans rushed to the comments section to share their thoughts on the snap.

One comment read: “One hell of a lucky woman you are, Ayda.”

A second fan said: “Not me zooming in.”

A third comment read: “I wonder how many times this has been screenshotted.”

The couple bonded while recording a UFO documentary and realised that they had a romantic spark.

Despite a rocky start, the pair ended up tying the knot in 2010.

Two years after marriage, they welcomed their daughter Theodora, who they nicknamed Teddy, now 13.

They went on to have three more children – eight year old Charlie, four year old Coco and three year old Beau.

Despite all the love in the comments, Robbie has bravely opened up about his plans to undergo plastic surgery amid a battle with body dysmorphia.

He has lost two stone in recent months, which could be seen in a clip shared by his wife Ayda on Instagram.

On his own Instagram profile, the star also opened up about his battle with body dysmorphia.

In the caption, he said: "I could write a book about self-loathing where my body image is concerned. Like pure self-hatred, The ugliness of feeling ugly.

"Im body dysmorphic and on top of being dysmorphic at times I can be 40+ pounds over weight . So you can imagine what my mind see's. Or maybe you can’t either way its a f***ing disaster .

"At the moment i'm skinny ..But me being me my mind is going 'F***ing great Rob , you managed to get skinny and now your old, congrats, golf clap'"

"The struggle is real , The sadness shocking. I’ve had it all my life . And it wont abate. What is it that is hard wired in us, that is so calloused, that makes self acceptance and self love so difficult that it seems impossible.”

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