He is known for his upbeat and cheeky personality.
Robbie Williams was in high spirits as she danced in swimming shorts in Ibiza on Wednesday.
Appearing on his wife Idafield’s Instagram, the 48-year-old former “Take That” star rocked in a pair of blue patterned shorts, hands in the air.
Fun in the sun: Robbie Williams showed off his youthful side and looked happy as he danced in swim shorts in Ibiza on Wednesday
When he donned a pair of red sunglasses and opted for a pair of blue sliders, the hit producer seemed to have had the time of his life.
As he danced shirtless, the Let Me Treat You star stood up with his grey hair up and showed off his ink in front of a few palm trees and twinkling lights.
Robbie walked towards the camera with a few tiered silver necklaces and a striking orange beaded necklace, smiling broadly.
HAPPY HOUR: The former “Take That” star, 48, appeared on his wife Ayda Field’s Instagram, rocking his arms in a pair of blue patterned shorts.
LOVING LIFE: The anchor looked refreshed, donning a pair of red sunglasses and opting for a pair of blue slippers
The songwriter spent the lavish vacation with his wife Ayda, 43, with whom he has four children.
The model, who has been married to Robbie for 12 years, captioned the video: “My favorite Lufthaus member @robbiewilliams…just rocking”.
The couple have four children together; Theodora ‘Teddy’, nine, Charlton ‘Charlie’, seven, Colette ‘Coco’, three, and Beau, two.
Loving life: Let Me Treat You star put his grey hair up as he danced in front of a few palm trees and twinkling lights
On Wednesday, Ada shared a sweet moment between Robbie and their youngest Beau as her husband danced with the toddler on the DJ booth.
‘DJ Dad ❤️ #fatherandson Beau-tifulmoment’ The proud mum captioned the post.
He’s making the most of his time off as Robbie’s new album XXV is out on September 9, and his schedule looks set to get even busier in the near future, while a biopic about his life is currently in the works Filmed in Australia.
Happy hour: Robbie walks towards the camera with a couple of tiered silver necklaces and a bold orange beaded necklace with a big smile
The biopic, titled Better Man, will follow his incredible rise to fame, from the heartbeat of a boy band to a stadium superstar.
Production has begun on the big-budget film, dubbed “Musical Fantasy,” produced in Melbourne by Australian filmmaker Michael Gracie, who directed the box-office hit The Greatest Showman.
British actor Jonno Davies, 29, best known for the Amazon Prime series The Hunter, will play a young Robbie.
Doting Dad: Last week, Ada shared sweet moment between Robbie and their youngest Beau as her husband danced with toddler behind the DJ booth
Other cast members include Australian actors Kate Mulvaney (The Great Gatsby), Damon Herriman (Mr. InBetween) and filmmaker and actor Anthony Hayes, whose feature film Gold is currently It’s airing on Stan.
Robbie first rose to fame with the all-boy band Take That before embarking on a successful solo career in 1996, followed by a string of UK hits and albums.
In 2006, Robbie entered the Guinness Book of World Records after selling 1.6 million concert tickets in a single day.
Happy couple: Robbie has been married to Ayda since 2010 and they have four children together; Theodora ‘Teddy’, nine, Charlton ‘Charlie’, seven, Colette ‘Coco’, three, and Beau, two
The filmmakers have been careful to avoid comparisons to recent music biopics such as Queen’s film “Bohemian Rhapsody” and Elton John’s story “Rocketman.”
In an official statement, the producers called the film “a satirical musical based on the life of a pop star.”
The film will feature Robbie’s hit “Reimagined” and offer stunning visuals to explore the “inner demon” the superstar has had to contend with on and off stage.
“It was like a dream come true to be back home, in my own city, and telling the beautiful and unique story of Robbie William,” Grace said in a statement.
“The whole Melbourne film industry is full of creativity and I know this film will thrive here.”
He went on to describe Robbie as a “regular guy” who has an “incredibly relevant story” about following his dreams.
Iconic: Robbie rose to fame with Take That, reaching 12 number one singles and eight number one albums on the UK Singles Chart (1994)