Robbie Williams believes he battled coronavirus whereas holed up in an Airbnb down the street from his family’s mansion in Los Angeles.
The former Take That star, 46, felt “lethargic, tired and heavy” as he stored his distance from spouse Ayda Field, 40, and their 4 youngsters, within the momentary lodging.
“I was in quarantine in an Airbnb down the road from my family and started worrying about food, about my medication running out, about Beau and my family, and was just very fearful for a couple of days,” the Angels singer instructed Britain’s The Sun newspaper.
“Then I could feel my body was getting lethargic and tired and heavy and I convinced myself I’d got coronavirus.”
Robbie mentioned his symptoms rapidly disappeared, nevertheless he nonetheless stored his distance from his younger family for 3 weeks earlier than returning dwelling.
While the star feels “lucky” to have recovered from the sickness, however has nonetheless been struggling mentally with isolation, including: “The mental struggle has been the hardest bit about isolation, making sure we don’t slip into our own dark holes.”
Robbie has spoken brazenly up to now about his battles with despair, and credited his family for pulling him via “hideous” darkish instances and giving him “purpose” once more.
The pop star and his actress and TV presenter spouse welcomed their fourth youngster, son Beau, through surrogate in February.
Robbie and Ayda are additionally dad and mom to daughters Teddy, seven, 17-month-old Colette Josephine, aka Coco, and son Charlton, 5.