Robbie Williams has reached his lowest point, he tells ‘The Sun’ in the run-up to his fiftieth birthday in February. His party behavior at the height of his career leaves him completely exhausted, the singer admits. Robbie reveals that his children also noticed this. “My daughter tells me, ‘Daddy is lazy.’” Williams doesn’t like to hear that word, however. “I don’t like the term ‘lazy’ because that’s how I was described when I was younger. The reality is that I’m just exhausted from what I did to myself in the 90s and 2000s.”
To preserve his youth as best as possible, Robbie has plans for various cosmetic procedures. It is also not completely new to him, because he has already had botox, he admits. “Ayda (his wife, ed.) tells me that I can do a little more. And that’s what I’m going to do.” His next plans are a bit more drastic. He wants, among other things, to have his teeth filed down and completely new teeth fitted in Turkey. “I’m also getting a neck lift. I’ll give myself that next year. I’m going for a consultation around Christmas, my fiftieth birthday present to myself.”
He would reveal what else happens to Robbie next week in his new Netflix documentary. The singer promises to show his ‘raw, honest and real’ self with thirty years of clips from his personal archives. The documentary can be viewed from November 8.
LOOK. The first images of Robbie Williams’ ‘honest and raw’ documentary.