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Robbie Williams bonds with mother-in-law in hilarious Instagram videos

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It's not uncommon for people to experience strained relationships with their in laws, but one person who definitely doesn't have this problem is Robbie Williams. In new videos shared by his wife Ayda Field, the singer can be seen quizzing mother-in-law Gwen Field on his musical history – with hilarious results.

In the first clip, 42-year-old Robbie explains: "This a segment called 'Gweed sings it' Gweed is my mother-in-law." He then attempts to get Gwen to sing his hit single Angels but, even with a lot of coaxing, she struggles.

My mom's your biggest fan @robbiewilliams 👍

A video posted by Ayda Field Williams (@aydafieldwilliams) on

Ayda, who is filming the funny moment, can be heard saying: "Big fan, she's a big fan. That's your mother-in-law."

But it appears Gwen is a bigger fan of Robbie's former band Take That, as the next clip reveals she's been to see Gary Barlow and co. in concert more than 40 times.

Robbie then asks Gwen to prove her love of the band by naming all of the members. She manages to get Gary, Jason Orange and Mark Owen but struggles with Howard Donald's surname – something which Robbie finds hilarious.

@robbiewilliams you're mother-in-law is also a huge Take That fan 😝😝😝

A video posted by Ayda Field Williams (@aydafieldwilliams) on

And their third segment was ruined by poor Gwen choking on a particularly large piece of falafel, with Ayda captioning the clip: "'Is that falafel in your throat or are you just happy to see me?'"

In case anybody was in still doubt about how close Robbie and Ayda are to Gwen, the Loose Women panellist later shared a photo of the three of them in bed together, and added: "Bedtime. 'I love you mom, but this is getting awkward'."

It seems Ayda is really getting the hang of Instagram, after only joining on Friday. She's already got more than 40,000 followers and has been giving fans a peek into family life with Robbie and their two children Teddy and Charlie.

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