Robbie Williams claimed he’s going through the ‘manopause’ while candidly discussing his health struggles.
The former Take That singer, 49, revealed that years of partying has left him ‘f***ing knackered’ and battling ‘thinning hair’.
He told The Sun: ‘The hair is thinning, the testosterone has left the building, the serotonin is not really here and the dopamine said goodbye a long time ago.
‘I’ve used up all of the natural good stuff. I’ve got the manopause.’
Robbie and his wife Ayda Field have previously admitted they barely ever have sex.
Opening up: Robbie Williams claimed he’s going through the ‘manopause’ while candidly discussing his health struggles
Throwback: The former Take That singer, 49, revealed that years of partying has left him ‘f***ing knackered’ and battling ‘thinning hair’ (pictured in 1996)
He went on to say: ‘My daughter says to me, ‘Daddy’s lazy’. I don’t like the term ‘lazy’ as that’s how I was described when I was younger.
‘The reality is that I’m just f***ing knackered from what I did to myself in the Nineties and bits of the 2000s.’
Robbie previously blamed his lack of libido on coming off testosterone injections, which had been worsening his depression .
In a joint interview, the pair insisted they’re ‘on the same page’ when it comes to intimacy and are content with their lack of bedroom activity.
Robbie told The Sun : ‘E veryone knows there is no sex after marriage. That’s just the way it is. I was on testosterone for a while but, because I’m an addict, that had to stop. I got these massive square shoulders and started to look like a doorman. It wasn’t a good look.
‘But the sex we had when I was on testosterone was incredible; it was all the time. We were insatiable. It goes to show how into each other we really are, though, because when I was on it, we couldn’t take our hands off each other.
‘I miss that. That was a fun period. Sometimes now, though, Ayda will turn to me on the sofa and say, “We should do sex,” and I’m sitting there eating a tangerine and just sort of shrug. So, ya know, sometimes we try.’
The actress, 43, who married her popstar partner in 2010, concluded: ‘Intimacy is the important, meaningful side of love. We’re happy.’
It comes after Robbie revealed that his two stone weight loss is thanks to ‘something like Ozempic.’
‘There’s no sex after marriage!’ Robbie and his wife Ayda Field, 43, have admitted they barely EVER get intimate – but insisted they’re ‘happy’ with their lack of bedroom activity
The star admitted that his has gone from weighing 13st 13lb down to 12st 1lb while using an appetite suppressant.
Robbie – who is 1.85m / 5ft 11ins tall – also joked that he requires the drug because he has been diagnosed ‘with type 2 self-loathing.’
Delving beyond the humour, Robbie explained that being overweight is ‘shockingly catastrophic’ for his mental health.
The popstar, who was once dubbed ‘Blobby Williams,’ described how mean his inner voice can be when he isn’t slim.
Robbie told The Times : ‘Babe, I’m on Ozempic…Well, something like Ozempic. It’s like a Christmas miracle. I’ve gone from 13st 13lb to 12st 1lb.
‘And I need it, medically. I’ve been diagnosed with type 2 self-loathing.
‘It’s shockingly catastrophic to my mental health to be bigger. My inner voice talks to me like Katie Hopkins talks about fat people. It’s maddening.’
Robbie Williams reflected on his mental health battles in the latest trailer for his upcoming Netflix docu-series.
A dropped ahead of the four-part show’s release on November 8, which will combine never-before-seen footage of Robbie with new interviews.
Honest: Delving beyond the humour, Robbie explained that being overweight is ‘shockingly catastrophic’ for his mental health
Coinciding with the 25th anniversary of his solo career, the series will give an intimate look at his never-before-seen personal archive spanning 30 years.
In the new trailer he began by reflecting on his journey and career before candidly telling how things started to get difficult, resulting in a ‘nervous, mental breakdown in front of thousands of people’.
Robbie – who shares Teddy, 10, Charlie, eight, Coco, four, and Beau, three, with his wife Ayda – mused: ‘It’s astounding what’s happened in my life. But the past has me in a headlock.
‘Something has to give. You’re only supposed to do this at the pearly gates with Saint Peter this looking back at your life.’
He added of being thrust into the spotlight at a young age: ‘When I joined Take That I was 16 it was insane. I was the centre of the pop culture world.
‘I felt like I was giving more and more of myself away to the point where you don’t recognise yourself any more.
‘Being in the spotlight you can’t trust anybody. I was having a nervous, mental breakdown in front of thousands of people.
Icon: Coinciding with the 25th anniversary of his solo career, Robbie’s upcoming Netflix series will give an intimate look at his never-before-seen personal archive spanning 30 years
‘The thing that would destroy me has also made me successful. Touch the fire, push when it says pull and see if I can live. I don’t know how easy it is for people to get to know me.’
Robbie has been very open about his ongoing battle with mental illness and his history of depression and anxiety. And when his fame was at an all-time high, the pop star hit his lowest point.
From 2006 to 2009, Williams battled agoraphobia. The social anxiety disorder left him housebound for three years.
He has previously revealed he went into rehab in 2007 after taking speed, acid, heroin, cocaine and ‘heart-stopping’ amounts of prescription drugs.