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Inside Robbie Williams and Ayda's family life as they relocate to Switzerland


Robbie Williams and his wife Ayda Field appeared smitten amid the news that they are permanently relocating to Switzerland.

The happy couple, who have been married since 2010, are reportedly moving into a lavish £24million property after spending the lockdown in the gorgeous country.

Robbie and Ayda have set up permanent camp near Lake Geneva with their four children Teddy, Charlton, Coco and Beau.

According to The Sun, Robbie bagged himself the lavish property while playing a game of golf with businessman Nicolas Brunschwig.

A source told the publication that the family are excited about their new permanent home.

“Robbie and his family are delighted. They love the pace of life here. They love the open space and the lake nearby.



It’s reported Robbie and Ayda Field will move their children — Teddy, Charlton, Coco and Beau — to the village in Lake Geneva

The insider added: “The neighbourhood is used to wealthy inhabitants and their privacy is totally respected.”

The couple appear to have gone from strength to strength in their happy relationship.

Having met for the first time in 2006 after being set up by a friend, the couple’s romance certainly blossomed quickly.

While Robbie had admitted in the past that he wasn’t looking for marriage and children at the time, the pair stuck together through difficult moments and their relationship only got stronger.



LONDON, ENGLAND – DECEMBER 04: Robbie Williams and Ayda Field attend the Opening Night Gala of “The Band” to benefit the Elton John AIDS Foundation supported by The Evening Standard at Theatre Royal Haymarket on December 4, 2018 in London, England. (Photo by David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images)

In 2010, the couple tied the knot at a mansion in Beverley Hills before welcoming their first child together, Teddy, two years later.

Two years later, Robbie decided to live blog the birth of their second child with a collection of quite intimate videos while Ayda was in labour.

Both Theodora and Charlton were born naturally, however the couple struggled to conceive when they tried for baby number three.

As a result, they opted for the help of a surrogate, who carried their children Coco and Beau.

As well as enjoying a big family, the couple also shared several houses around the globe before finally settling on Switzerland.



The singer, 46, previously revealed he had been living in Switzerland with his family amid the coronavirus pandemic
The singer, 46, previously revealed he had been living in Switzerland with his family amid the coronavirus pandemic

Robbie spent the majority of his time in the United States after getting married, where the family own a lavish Los Angeles home.

They also reportedly own a home in Malibu as well as London and have shared lots of cute family snaps on social media at their properties.

Following over 10 years of marriage, Robbie and Ayda appear as loved up as ever as they enjoy their cute family life.

Just last summer, the Take That singer’s wife also penned a touching post to her husband as they celebrated their wedding anniversary.



Robbie Williams with his wife Ayda

” @robbiewilliams August 7, 2010…I said ‘I Do’…10 years, 8 dogs, 4 kids, 3 cats, 2 turtles, and 1 best friend later, ‘I Do’ all over again. Let’s keep climbing this mountain ‘til we reach the top…HAPPY ANNIVERSARY BOO. ️WIFEY XXX” Ayda wrote.

Robbie was also struck down with Covid-19 during Christmas when he was on a family holiday on the Caribbean island with his wife Ayda and their four children.

However, the singer only suffered mild symptoms and has since been able to leave St Barts where he was self isolating.

Now, the happily family appear excited to start their new life in Switzerland.

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