Robbie Williams forced to quarantine in St Barts villa after ‘testing positive for Covid’

Robbie Williams forced to quarantine in St Barts villa after ‘testing positive for Covid’

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Robbie Williams, 46, has reportedly tested positive for coronavirus after going on holiday to the Caribbean for a new year getaway with his wife Ayda Field and their four children. He has now been forced to isolate in his luxury villa while he recovers.

He will have to remain in quarantine for up to 14 days

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The singer jetted off at end of last year with Ayda, seven-year-old Teddy, five-year-old Charlton, Coco, 23-months and Beau, six months.

The family are said to have had to extend their stay in order to abide by self-isolation rules.

An insider told The Sun: “Robbie’s been fairly sick.

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“It’s not exactly the worst place in the world to be quarantined, although he cannot go to the beach.

“He will have to remain in quarantine for up to 14 days,” they explained.

Express.co.uk reached out to Robbie’s reps who chose not to comment.

Back in September, Robbie revealed he and his family had moved to Switzerland to try and avoid catching the deadly virus.

Speaking to Steve Wright on BBC Radio 2, the musician explained he was no longer living in LA or Malibu and opted to temporarily reside “up a mountain” instead.

“I’m somewhere in Switzerland up a mountain,” he said.

“I’m a bit neurotic and I thought where can I place myself where it won’t get me? And I thought, well I’ll just live up the Mont Blanc for six months!”

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He added how “lovely” it was to be in the fresh mountain air.

But he also touched on how the pandemic is affecting his life and career, admitting he’s eager to get back to “doing what I love”.

“The performing arts is suffering greatly because of it and, on a personal note from me, I’m so grateful to do what I do for a living and can’t wait to get back to work and start performing again,” Robbie said.

“I’m loving my time with my family, I’m loving my time with my wife, I’ve got four kids – it’s joyous – but I’m chomping at the bit now to leave the house and do what I do for a living and what I love.”

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