Robbie Williams has revealed he "prayed to the angels" as he feared he had coronavirus and had to self-isolate from her family.
The former Take That singer, 46, says he spent three weeks away from his family as he self-isolated by locking himself away in his Beverly Hills mansion.
Robbie's wife, Ayda Field, went into quarantine with their four children 30 miles away from their dad at the family's home in Malibu.
The former X Factor judge went almost a month without seeing children Theodora, seven, Charlton, five, Colette, one, and newborn Beau.
Robbie's self-isolating came after he returned from a trip to Australia and says he believes he had the deadly virus at one point during his lockdown.
He told The Sun: "Days ago I thought I was coming down with the virus and I started to panic.
"So I got down on my knees and I prayed to the angels and I thought about Teddy, Charlie, Beau and Coco,
our doggies and our wedding day."
While in self-isolation, the singer says he got through by going live for his fans on social media and putting on little concerts from them via video link.
Speaking on how he has also been painting in his new-found spare time, he said: "I have been doing some art and I have been doing so much that I have a blister on my finger.
"I am not selling them. I am doing them for my children. I would do one for Ayda but I don’t think she would put it up and it would make me sad."
To document the family being reunited, actress Ayda posted an adorable video of her husband’s return on Saturday in which Robbie looked delighted to be reunited with his kids and wife.
She teased Theodora and Charlton by saying: "Who’s coming up the driveway?"
As soon as they spotted him, the children were heard shouting "Daddy" as they ran towards him.
Posting the video to her Instagram account, Ayda told her followers: “After 3 weeks… REUNITED!!! So happy to have daddy home after separate quarantines."
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