Robbie Williams has been the ultimate party boy over the years.
The singer has recently released new album Heavy Entertainment Show and is facing a lot of publicity while promoting.
He has revealed that his history with drugs STILL haunts him.
“I don’t want to drink and I don’t want to take coke, I’m really pleased I don’t take coke but I DO think about ecstasy,” he told The Sun.
Robbie has had a lot of mental health issues and previously suffered from obesity, self-esteem issues, alcoholism, and substance abuse throughout his life.
Although he is married to the beautiful Ayda Field and two children, Teddy, four and Charlton, 23 months, he still suffers from anxiety but can hide it from the public.
He added: “There is only a two-minute window that people see into my life.”
“Four or five if I’m on Graham Norton, making a video or on stage. That is the golden panto that is my life. You put yourself in the best light possible when you can for the short amount of time.
“But I still suffer from anxiety. As I look out at the skyline, I’m sure that at every window someone is facing their own worry and panic about their own life.”
While writing the new album, the Let Me Entertain You singer admitted that he had a major confidence crisis.
“I’ve been to therapy again this year,” he tells me. “It’s a big do putting an album out, speaking to people like yourself and going on TV shows and then doing it again, country after country.
“It’s the Facebook life."
Talking about his relationship with stunning wife Ayda, he said: "We have a common purpose, which is to be respectful to each other. But 12 years ago I would’ve been really worried about being monogamous and worried that I was going to f*** this up.
“But we are totally in love and incredibly happy."
Our Robbie has got his happy ending!