“He’s confined to the villa where he is staying with his family. He will have to remain in quarantine for up to 14 days.”
Robbie Williams has contracted Covid-19 while on holiday in the Caribbean. The English singer has been on holiday in St. Bart’s since December with his wife and kids. He reportedly contracted the virus while over there and is currently in quarantine.
The ‘Angels’ singer has apparently had a rough dose of Covid with one source close to the Robbie saying he’s “been fairly sick” with it. There’s no word on how he got the virus or if any of his family have it too.
The source told The Sun: “He’s confined to the villa where he is staying with his family. He will have to remain in quarantine for up to 14 days.”
This is Robbie’s second Covid-19 scare. Last year he thought he may have had the virus when he returned back to LA from Australia.
The 46 year old self-isolated from his family at the time, “when I landed back in LA it was unusually cloudy and grey, and what with everything going on it did feel very apocalyptic,” he said.
“I was in quarantine in an Airbnb down the road from my family and started worrying about food, about my medication running out, about Beau and my family, and was just very fearful for a couple of days.”
He was reunited with his family after he was sure he was clear from Covid-19. His wife, Ayda, shared the video at the time which showed the kids running up to their dad with excitement.
Robbie has been pretty quiet on social media lately so no word on how he’s feeling, but we wish him a speedy recovery.