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Robbie Williams says he’s happy after losing weight as he celebrates his new album release

‘I assumed I could not sing and seemed like s**t’: Robbie Williams says he’s ‘higher than okay’ after losing weight as he celebrates his new album release

Robbie Williams has admitted that he is lastly happy following his latest weight loss as he celebrated the release of his new album on Friday. 

The singer, 48, who has spoken overtly previously about his addictions to each food and medicines, added that he has learnt to simply accept himself and is ‘doing higher than okay.’ 

His newest album XXV, comes 25 years after he launched into a solo career following his departure from Take That, and subsequent battles with his diet and medicines. 

‘Better than okay’: Robbie Williams, 48, has admitted that he is lastly happy following his latest weight loss as he celebrated the release of his new album on Friday (pictured in August 2022)

Speaking in an interview with The Sun, Robbie stated: ‘I’ve lost weight however it’s a fixed combat. Inside me there’s a large particular person.

‘Thank God for self-importance, and thank God for my job, as a result of if I didn’t do what I do for a living I dread to assume what I might seem like and what I might turn out to be.’

Robbie confessed that he has an ‘addictive nature’ and struggles with this sugar consumption and eating healthy meals. 

In the past: The singer, who has spoken openly about his addictions to both food and drugs, added that he has learnt to accept himself and is 'doing better than ok' (pictured in 1996)

In the previous: The singer, who has spoken overtly about his addictions to each food and medicines, added that he has learnt to simply accept himself and is ‘doing higher than okay’ (pictured in 1996)

The singer, who has now been sober for 20 years, revealed that he has lastly learnt to simply accept himself after struggling previously. 

He added: ‘I hated myself and I assumed I couldn’t sing and seemed like s**t. If anybody thought I used to be wandering spherical with an inflated sense of self-importance it’s truly the other. 

It comes as Robbie candidly revealed that he gained huge quantities of weight when he used to get excessive and go food purchasing.

The singer discovered himself on a slippery slope when he left Take That in 1995 and adjusted to his new life. 

He added: 'I hated myself and I thought I couldn’t sing and looked like s**t. If anyone thought I was wandering round with an inflated sense of self-importance it is actually the opposite'

He added: ‘I hated myself and I assumed I couldn’t sing and seemed like s**t. If anybody thought I used to be wandering spherical with an inflated sense of self-importance it’s truly the other’

Speaking on his At Home with Williamses podcast, the star stated his drug use and unhealthy diet contributed to his weight acquire.

He stated: ‘I rented a flat. I went to the grocery store on my first store. Once. Stoned. Don’t go to a grocery store stoned. You make unhealthy selections.

‘I opened the fridge and there was this complete Mr Kipling cake. And I can bear in mind this second going, “Hang on, I don’t live with my mum. I can eat all that cake”.’

He defined that his newfound freedom prompted him to placed on the kilos within the following months.

Tough: He found himself on a slippery slope after leaving Take That in 1995 (pictured left with Mark Owen, Gary Barlow, Jason Orange and Howard Donald L-R in 1992)

Tough: He discovered himself on a slippery slope after leaving Take That in 1995 (pictured left with Mark Owen, Gary Barlow, Jason Orange and Howard Donald L-R in 1992)

He stated: ‘That was January. By February I used to be morbidly overweight. I seemed like a farm animal as it was quoted within the press in 1996, ‘Mr Kipling is a b*****d’.’

Robbie has been open about his struggles with medication and his weight previously and he was made an envoy for Weight Watchers in 2018.

The star went into rehab in 2007 after taking pace, acid, heroin, cocaine and ‘heart-stopping’ quantities of pharmaceuticals. 

He beforehand admitted he was simply ’24 hours away from loss of life’ on the peak of his habit, which noticed him taking a harmful cocktail of medicine.  

He stated in 2009: ‘I might do 20 Vicodin in an evening. I may need been 24 hours away from dying. Then I’d take Adderall, which was like pace for people with ADHD. I’d be doing colossal, heart-stopping quantities of that.’

Battles: The pop star, pictured in 1996, went into rehab in 2007 after taking speed, acid, heroin, cocaine and 'heart-stopping' amounts of prescription drugs

Battles: The pop star, pictured in 1996, went into rehab in 2007 after taking pace, acid, heroin, cocaine and ‘heart-stopping’ quantities of pharmaceuticals

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