Robbie Williams worries he won’t be ‘sexy’ anymore amid failed attempts to stop hair loss

Robbie Williams worries he won’t be ‘sexy’ anymore amid failed attempts to stop hair loss

Robbie Williams appears on Soccer Aid

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Robbie Williams, 47, has expressed disappointment that all of his attempts to grow back his hair have failed. The singer said that he put a lot of money into treatment for his hair in the new update.

Robbie said all attempts to grow his hair have not worked in his favour.

The pop-star confessed that he was doing okay but not when “light shone” on his hair.

He told The Sun yesterday: “I am losing my hair.

“I am doing alright but when light shines on the top of it it becomes like a baby’s bum.”

He added that he had “injections” but after seven months, nothing has happened.

After trying to get a hair transplant, the star was told that his hair was too thin and that it wouldn’t be successful.

He explained: “I went to go and have a thatch, but the guy goes, ‘Bad news, your hair is so thin we cannot harvest it from there. It will do nothing’.”

He went on to express that he fears fans will no longer find him “sexy.”

He added: “When I am on stage, and there is a 40 foot screen of me at the back and I am giving it the big’ un and doing the sexy and I am looking behind me – there is this guy with a double chin and no hair.

“It is like, ‘Argh thank you for humouring me.” (sic)

Elsewhere, it has also been reported that Robbie had been struggling to sell his multi-million pound mansion in Wiltshire.

The star placed his house on the market in September.

The house, located in Compton Basset, contains more than 71 acres of countryside estate, an indoor gym and staff flats as well as an extra cottage.

It also includes a football pitch, cinema room and helicopter pad.

The star bought the mansion with wife Ayda Field Williams in 2009.

The two married in 2010.

 They have since had four children together, daughters Theodora, 9 and Colette, 3, as well as sons Charlie, 6 and Beau, 1.

Earlier today, The Sun reported that Robbie had sold the property.  

Robbie has not revealed his plans about where they will move to.

But some fans secretly hope the couple will head back to hometown Stoke-On-Trent. 

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