Robbie Williams' cake apology
Tuesday 24 May 2011
Robbie Williams had to apologise to his wife after he ate her birthday cake before she had a chance to blow out her candles.
The Take That star had taken spouse Ayda Field to exclusive UK restaurant The Fat Duck to celebrate her special day but the following day Robbie admits he got a little bit impatient when it came to waiting for the traditional treat.
Writing on his official website, he said: "I took Ayda to a place called the fat duck for her birthday. I officially had the best meal of my life......unfriggingbelievable
"The day after I did a 10 mile hike to burn it all off ... I was that hungry when I got back through the door something bad happened. Ayda's birthday cake was liberated by me ... I didn't know there was cake etiquette. Apparently your supposed to wait for candles to be lit a song is sung and then you share...
"sorry ayda x (sic)"
While he has been enjoying Ayda's birthday cake, it was recently revealed Robbie is training hard as he doesn't want to be the "podgy" member of Take That on their forthcoming tour.
The singer has reportedly shed 42 pounds while preparing to tour with the group - who he rejoined last year after initially quitting in 1995 - with his trainer even getting him to sing hits while running on the treadmill.
Fitness instructor Nick Hollender said: "I make him run on the treadmill and sing all his songs without missing a note.
"He has to catch up to bandmates Gary Barlow, Mark Owen, Jason Orange and Howard Donald who have been on tour much more than him and are in
"He's not going to be left behind and wants to be trim and healthy, instead of feeling like the podgy member."
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