Robbie Williams reveals how he spends Christmas with his family

Robbie Williams has given an insight into how he spends Christmas with his family, and it certainly isn't dull!

At a press conference to promote his 2017 tour, Robbie revealed that his wife, Ayda Field, goes all out when it comes to decorating their house, saying: "My wife loves Christmas and I didn't used to, but our house now has the most lights and decorations, with the biggest trees - it's the most expensive time of the year!"

Robbie revealed that wife Ayda goes all out to decorate their house during Christmas time

When it comes to presents, Robbie admitted that while he isn't the best at coming up with gift ideas, Ayda always manages to surprise him. "She is an incredible gift giver," he said. "She is incredibly thoughtful and romantic. She makes Christmas really special, it's our favourite time of the year!

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"My stocking one year had two shirts, one was a Barcelona shirt and an Argentinian shirt, and the shirt said 'to Robbie, love Lionel Messi' – and I was like ahh! Whereas all I can give her is a shirt saying 'to Aida love Rylan!'"

While Robbie revealed he hasn't eaten any carbs since 1995, Christmas is an exception, where plenty of pies and cakes are firmly on the menu.

All members of the William's family enjoy X Factor during the festive season 

And it also looks like X Factor will also be on the television this December, as it seems even the younger members of the Williams household are hooked.

Robbie and Ayda's daughter, Teddy, has been watching the show, with her dad saying: "Teddy watched my performance from last night and looked at Nicole Scherzinger and said 'What is that lady thinking', and I thought what is she thinking?"

Talking about his favourite in the competition, Robbie went on to say: "I've been impressed with Saara, I think she has a huge personality and I quite like her craziness. I also like Honey G much to everyone's dismay, I think she is entertaining."

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