Robbie Williams and Ayda Field may be A-list celebrities, but that doesn’t stop them from having neighbourly disputes like the rest of us. On Monday’s Loose Women, In true Ayda style, the star amused the panel with a hilarious innuendo-filled story of how when living in LA, her neighbour decided to cut down her bush, because it was “two inches” too high. Re-telling the tale, Robbie’s wife said: “I remember when Rob and I were living in LA, we had an incident where the neighbours complained that our bush was too high.” Describing how her neighbour has taken to cut down the bush themselves, Ayda said: “I like to think that if my neighbour had a bush that was overgrown that I would not be that bothered if it was two inches too high. But they measured it, they had the time to actually walk by and measure it, make sure it was in the line. I mean get a pastime or a hobby, that is so much better than that.”
Robbie and Ayda had a dispute with their neighbours when living in LA
Ayda and Robbie tied the knot at their Beverly Hills home seven years ago. Since their nuptials, the duo have become parents to two children. Their daughter Theodora Rose – known as Teddy – was born on 18 September 2012, and they welcomed their son, Charlton Valentine, into the world on 27 October 2014. Speaking to HELLO! shortly after their nuptials, Robbie explained why Ayda was his perfect life partner. "She makes me want to be a better person. And in the process I have become a better person," he said. In 2016, the family moved to London, having purchased a £17 million property from the late film director, Michael Winner’s family in 2013.
Earlier this month, the loved-up couple celebrated Robbie’s 42nd birthday, which saw Ayda post a loving tribute on Instagram to mark the happy occasion. The Loose Women star shared a hand-written note, in which she praised "the love of her life". In the caption, she gushed: "Happy Birthday to my beautiful hubby @robbiewilliams!! May you have the best day today and may this year be the best year yet!! I love you boozy!!!" [sic]