Robbie Williams has found a clever way to ensure he stays fit and healthy from the confines of his own home – which will come in handy if we go into a second coronavirus lockdown!
Dressed in a grey jumper, jeans and black trainers, the Angels singer briskly walked around the living room in the house he shares with wife Ayda Field and their children Teddy, eight, Charlie, five, Coco, two, and baby Beau.
"What are you doing?," Ayda asked him, as she chased after him, to which Robbie replied: "I'm getting my steps in."
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Turning the screen of his phone around to face the camera, he revealed he had already reached an impressive 18,000 steps for the day, but was continuing to walk around the house until he reached his target – weaving in and out of the glass coffee table, indoor plants and sofas as he went.
While Robbie didn't say what number he was aiming for, Ayda praised his efforts and said "only 1,000 left" – and 19,000 is far past the recommended 10,000 per day! "Look at you, fitness fiend," Ayda joked.
Robbie has set himself some impressive step goals!
The Loose Women star shared the video of her husband on Instagram, with the caption: "@robbiewilliams Dedicated. #fitnessmotivation #slightlyobsessed #imcurrentlydizzyfromfollowinghimaroundthehouse." It wasn't long before fans complimented Robbie on his health goals, with many also noting his slim physique.
"Wow, Robbie looks great!!," one commented, and a second remarked: "Looking slim. Well done Rob xx." A third added: "He looks like he’s lost a lot of weight!!!x"
As well as exercising regularly, the 46-year-old – who is an ambassador for WW – also spoke about the "positive impact" a healthy diet has had on his physical and mental health. In a video he shared on Instagram in May, he said: "I'd done some very extreme things before where I've basically lived on fresh air; broth, some mango and that was it. I was so emotional and depressed and had all of these feelings coming up because my body was starving itself."
He added: "I've either been overweight and unhappy or been extreme and underweight and unhappy. Both of those places have led to depression. I seem to have found a middle way… this is the best I've been solidly for a long time. Consistency is the best I've ever been, I think."