Robbie Williams says he had his last two children with a surrogate mum because he ran out of “juice”.

The star, who battled sex addiction in his 20s, is in a “safer and healthier place” thanks to wife Ayda Field, 43.

Dad-of-four Robbie, 49, revealed how they chose to have more kids via a surrogate.

He said: “I’ll put it this way: I ran out of juice! We had sperm and eggs frozen because we wanted to have more after our first two wonderful children.

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“And now that they’re in the world, I know even more what a gift it is."

The Take That singer gushed: "The surrogate was a very special woman, one of the most amazing people I have ever met in my life. We are forever grateful to her,” he gushed.

Robbie made the admission about surrogacy for his daughter Coco in 2018, and Beau two years later.

The former Take That singer met Ayda in 2006. The couple also have Theodora, 10, and Charlton, seven.

It comes after the doting dad showed off his trim physique in a shirtless snap while playing outdoors with his kids.

The former Take That star's toned torso was on full display as he went topless in a pair of Louis Vuitton shorts and a pink hat, showing off his recent weight loss.

His wife Ayda shared the video on social media, captioning it with: "He's got Robbie Williams' eyes #zaddy #stillgotit #nofilterneeded #crush AWxx @robbiewilliams."

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Just months ago, the singer candidly opened up about his weight struggles describing it as a "constant battle."


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