Robbie Williams' wife Ayda Field rushed to hospital after falling ill after 'picture perfect' night out with husband

22 January 2024, 12:54 | Updated: 22 January 2024, 15:31

Ayda Field was taken ill after a night out with her husband Robbie Williams
Ayda Field was taken ill after a night out with her husband Robbie Williams. Picture: Instagram

By Kit Heren

Robbie Williams' wife Ayda Field has been hospitalised after she was suddenly taken ill while on a night out with her husband.

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Field told followers that she had been taken ill with an Instagram post featuring a photo she took from hospital.

The American actress and TV personality showed herself being treated with an intravenous drip while she was lying on a hospital bed.

A heart monitor was also visible in shot.

Field, 44, had been on an evening out in the exclusive neighbourhood of Beverly Hills in Los Angeles with her pop star husband.

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Ayda Field was taken ill
Ayda Field was taken ill. Picture: Instagram

And she credited Williams with helping her when she suffered her medical scare, details of which she did not disclose.

Field told followers: "After a picture perfect evening, a less than picture perfect ending.

"Back now and resting thanks to my wonderful hubby @robbiewilliams for being by my side."

Field, who has appeared as a judge on the X-Factor, and as a guest panellist on Loose Women, married Williams in 2010.

The couple have four children together, but broke up in 2007 - before they got married - as Williams was trying to get over a prescription drug addiction.

Robbie Williams and Ayda Field
Robbie Williams and Ayda Field. Picture: Alamy

A documentary series on Williams was released recently detailing Field's feelings at the break-up.

She said: "He is like 'I can't be in a relationship and I have to get better, I have to break up with you.'

"I understood it because I saw he was unwell and I remember thinking 'I just want you to get better, whatever you need to do', and I was just so crestfallen.

"He was my soulmate and then he was gone."

They got back together after Williams kicked his drug habit.