Robbie Williams is having second thoughts about raising his children in Los Angeles, because he's worried his children will become ''entitled'' if they stay in California.
Robbie Williams is having second thoughts about raising his children in Los Angeles.
The 'Angels' hitmaker and his wife Ayda Field have a mansion in Beverly Hills, but the singer has said he's not convinced about bringing up his four children - Theodora, seven, Charlton, five, Colette, 20-months, and baby Beau, born in February - in the Californian city, because he thinks other kids in the area are too ''entitled'' and will be a bad influence on his brood.
He told The Sun on Sunday's Bizarre column: ''There are some bad things about LA too. I didn't even know the word 'entitlement' until I got here.
''There are these kids with a sense of entitlement because of the place they were born and the parents they have and having the money that they have.
''I was like, 'I don't want my kids anywhere near these kids'. I'd never seen it in my life before and it literally made me slack jawed.''
Robbie's concerns come after the 46-year-old singer also said he was worried about people breaking into his mansion - where he has been staying with his family amid the coronavirus lockdown - as a number of other celebrities have been targeted by burglars and stalkers.
He said: ''I feel there have been a lot of attacks on celebrities. People can say, 'Well you are all right in your mansions'. Yes, we are, but this is what is happening.''
While Robbie, Ayda, and their children are living in LA, the 'Feel' singer is also worried about his parents, Pete Conway and Janet Williams, who are back home in the UK.
He explained: ''My dad has got Parkinson's and my mum suffers with her mental health and they are thousands and thousands of miles away.
''Real-life things are happening with our parents that are having health issues and we can't get to them. No matter if you are a celebrity or not, it does not help you with that s**t.''
Since returning to his musical ventures in 2013, the former Reuben vocalist has become a valuable member of the British alt-rock scene.
Listen to Little Suspicions' debut single 'Wasting All My Time'.
Machine Gun Kelly strays into the pop-punk culture of the mid-2000s with the video for his track 'Forget Me Too' featuring Halsey and Blink-182's...
We're not really sure what we were expecting from Filipino-British singer-songwriter Beabadoobee's debut studio album Fake It Flowers, but it...
In what is probably one of the greatest internet diss tracks of all time, Larray Merritt takes aim at all the YouTube and TikTok stars who have been...
It's impossible not to feel for Justin Bieber after watching the video for his latest single 'Lonely' performed with producer Benny Blanco.
For what is possibly the best queer anthem of the year, King Princess unveils a brand new video starring an AI version of herself.
'Electric Ladyland' was released on this day (October 16th) in 1968.