Singer Robbie Williams Recovers From Illness With 'Plant Based Lifestyle'

The singer's wife revealed they were inspired by movie 'What The Health'
Williams is 'in a good place' after embracing a plant-based diet (Photo: Facebook)

Celeb Robbie Williams is now 'doing very well' after adopting a 'plant-based lifestyle' following a mystery illness, says wife Ayda Field.

Williams, who revealed he ditched animal products earlier this fall after suddenly falling ill, is 'in a good place' following the dietary shift.

Wife Ayda Field spoke on ITV show Loose Women today, saying: "Robbie was very ill, but now he's on the tail end of that, doing very well."

Robbie Williams' wife has spoken out about his recovery on talk show Loose Women (Photo: ITV)

Plant-based

She added: "We're in a good place now. He has embraced a plant-based lifestyle and he's doing yoga and pilates. 

"He's like the girl that I would like to be."

Field claimed documentary What The Health triggered the switch.

She said: "We watched What The Health, which is a plant-based documentary that encourages you to eat plant-based, so what we did was we went to Shake Shack and had one last meal.

"I do it [the plant-based diet] on the weekdays, when someone is watching... When Robbie was explaining it, he said he was vegan and I was like, 'Babe you're wearing a leather jacket, you're not vegan'."

 

Illness

The 43-year-old former Take That star was rushed into intensive care after falling ill this September - and had to postpone several dates from 'The Heavy Entertainment Show Tour'.

Williams took to YouTube in October to update his fans on his recovery, saying: "Now I am vegan.

"I do pilates every day, I do yoga every day, and have a really big burger on a Sunday."

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