Ayda Field, the 44-year-old actress, has shared details about her relationship with singer Robbie Williams and her recent experience while watching his highly anticipated Netflix documentary. The four-part series delves into Williams' 25-year career, including his departure from Take That, struggles with addiction, and mental health. Field admits that viewing her husband's past relationships on screen made her uncomfortable, even though she doesn't mind it as a story.
Field, who shares four children with Williams, addresses his earlier statement about there being "no sex after marriage." She clarifies that their intimacy has evolved due to having young kids, but it does not mean that they are devoid of intimacy or sexual activity. In fact, she emphasizes that they are "incredibly intimate" and do have sex.
The documentary features footage of Williams' past romantic relationships, including his "magical" Noughties romance with Geri Halliwell and his proposal to Nicole Appleton in 1998. Field admits to being surprised by her own level of discomfort while watching Williams with other women in the documentary's real-time footage.
The couple's lack of sexual activity has been a topic of discussion in the past. However, in a joint interview, they reassure that they are content with their level of intimacy and are on the same page about it. Williams previously mentioned his use of testosterone, which increased their sexual activity but had to be discontinued due to his addiction struggles.
Field concludes that intimacy is the essential and meaningful aspect of their love, and they are happy with their current situation. Despite occasional attempts to reignite their sex life, they appreciate the important role intimacy plays in their relationship.
Ayda Field's openness about the dynamics of her marriage with Robbie Williams sheds light on the complexities of relationships and how intimacy can evolve over time. It is a reminder that every couple's journey is unique, and finding happiness in their own way is what matters the most.