Robbie Williams and his wife Ayda Field got a nasty shock when they experienced an earthquake during their stay in Las Vegas.
They were with their young children when the natural disaster happened yesterday (4 July).
Ayda assured fans that they are all safe, however, she said their hotel building was left swaying from the quake and it was "pretty scary."
Ayda, who has Theodora, six, Charlie, four, and ten-month-old Coco with Robbie, shared a video on Instagram, which showed their hotel chandelier swinging from side to side.
They have been staying in Vegas for 45-year-old Robbie's latest tour.
Ayda, 40, wrote on Instagram: "Very scary earthquake surprise today. Building swayed a lot. @robbiewilliams and I and the kids are all safe. Just hoping everyone is safe and sound. AWxx."
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As the giant chandelier rocks back and forth in the clip, Ayda can be heard saying from behind the camera: "So this was our chandelier shaking on the very high floor of our hotel today and it was pretty scary. So I'm hoping everyone else is OK and safe and sound."
Robbie and his family were staying in a top floor suite of the Vegas hotel when the earthquake happened.
The former X Factor judges decided to take their kids with them on the trip, so they could still enjoy family time together.
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The quake they experienced was the effect of an earthquake in California, which was the State's biggest earthquake for 20 years and measured 6.4 on the Richter scale.
Fans were soon sending their thoughts to Ayda, Robbie and their children.
One follower wrote: "Glad you and your family are safe. Hope everyone else is safe as well."
Another added: "Yikes! Glad everyone is ok ❤️."
A third commented: "I am glad you are all safe ❤️."
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