Robbie Williams started his career in the pop group, Take That, before taking his musical career solo. Last year, he shared his wisdom when he sat as a judge on The X Factor, joining the panel for one year. Robbie has previously spoken out on his weight – does he follow a diet plan?
Over the years, Robbie has put on energetic performances which have required him to stay fit.
However, he has poked fun at his weight in the past with a song on his 2013 album called No One Likes A Fat Pop Star.
In December 2018, he revealed he followed the WW programme, formerly Weight Watchers, to stay in shape.
Speaking of the programme, he said: “It is the first programme that truly feels like it fits with my life.
“After my back injury last year, I definitely let my healthy habits slip and I felt as though I let myself and my family down.
“I can’t keep trying the same things and hoping for a different outcome.
“I trust the history of behaviour science that WW has.”
The company recently rebranded in an attempt to shift focus towards being healthy all-round and not just losing weight.
He fronted the campaign and used his own personal weight journey to encourage others.
Posting on social media, Robbie documented his healthy lifestyle choices.
He recently shared a picture of him tucking into a colourful salad on Instagram.
He captioned the post: “Whilst travelling it’s easy for me to stay with my @ww.uk plan when I select meals with ZeroPoints.
When following the WW lifestyle, slimmers focus on choosing healthy and balanced foods and exercising regularly.
The WW website explained: “We will always be the global leader in weight loss, but now WW welcomes anyone who wants to build healthy habits.
“Whether that means eating better, moving more, developing a positive mindset, focusing on weight … or all of the above!”