Robbie Williams’ wife Ayda Field reveals her mum, 70, is battling stage two cervical cancer and ‘aggressive’ tumour – The Sun

ROBBIE Williams' wife Ayda Field has spoken out about her 70-year-old mum's cervical cancer battle.

Alongside Parkinson's Gwen Field is now facing an "aggressive" tumour after the cancer spread to her cervix.

Speaking on Robbie's new podcast, At Home With the Williamses, Ayda revealed her mum was diagnosed with Stage Two cervical cancer in January, adding: "It had spread outside the cervix and was a very aggressive tumour.

"Alongside her Parkinson's and her lupus was this cancer battle, because the cancer was so big they decided that she immediately go into chemo and radiation daily and have surgery.

"It was very scary as my mum with Parkinson's, lupus and cancer at 70 years old is prime for some bad things happening.

"So she was going to hospital every day for these treatments and I was worried she was going to pick something up."

Robbie and Ayda are self-isolating in their £22million LA mansion with their children Theodora, seven, Charlton, five, Colette, one, and three-month-old Beau.

The singer, 46, lashed out at those slamming celebrities for staying in fancy houses in lockdown – insisting it doesn't help families going through tough health battles.

He snapped: "I feel there has been a lot of attacks on celebrities, people can say: 'Well you are alright in your mansions', yes we are but this is what is happening.

"Ayda's mum has got cancer. My dad has got Parkinson's, and my mum suffers with her mental health, and they are thousands and thousands of miles away.

"That cancer's growth is not shrinking no matter how many times I show her (Ayda's mum) the swimming pool."

Robbie added: "Real life things are happening with our parents who are having health issues, and we cant get to them.

"No matter if you are a celebrity or not it does not help you with that s**t."


Robbie previously admitted his fears about his parents during lockdown in an exclusive interview with The Sun.

He said at the time: "We are incredibly fortunate to be where we are but right now I am also talking for my dad, who is in the bungalow in Stoke-on-Trent and for my mum, who is in a house by herself.

"They’re of that age that is very vulnerable to what is going on, so I am speaking to them on the phone daily."

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