Robbie Williams has revealed he resists snacking during lockdown by staying in bed all day.
The 46-year-old singer – who in the past has battled his weight as well as drink and drug addictions – admitted he doesn’t sleep at night, so he stays in bed until noon.
Williams told talkSPORT radio: “I don’t get up in the morning. You know people say I have been fasting, well, no.
"I have just been sleeping through that fast. I don’t sleep until 5am or 6am. I’m a night owl, it is the way I am programmed. I don’t like it.
“I don’t want to be but I am very productive from 1am until 5am. I get a lot done and I wake up at noon. Then I will have a meal at 5pm and I will feel full.”
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The ‘Angels’ singer – who became an ambassador for weight loss programme WW in 2018 – admitted to having blow out days when he binges on junk food, but on most days he only eats one meal a day.
Williams said: “I live saintly all week. We have ‘f*** it Friday’ here. Last week I had McDonald’s fries with ketchup and mayo.
“I do get a sugar hangover. When I put sugar in my system I am a bit depressed and a lot slower than I usually am as sugar is poison. I don’t have sugar six days a week, it inflames.
“You do get in the slipstream of it and it does become normal. The last four days I have one meal a day. Just dinner.”
Williams is living in lockdown in Los Angeles with wife Ayda Field and their four children - seven-year-old daughter Teddy, five-year-old son Charlie, 21-month-old daughter Coco and three-month-old son Beau wife Ayda Field, who he married in 2010.
He has taken part in a virtual reunion concert with his former Take That bandmates, Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald.
Pushed on whether he will reunited with them again in person he said: “Yes, I do want to do another gig with Take That.”