Robbie Williams halts show due to long Covid as he insists ‘it’s not my age’

Robbie Williams insisted his age was nothing to do with it as he stopped a show to catch his breath, telling fans it was long Covid and that he was "f***ed".

The Let Me Entertain you singer, 49, was on stage at the Pinkpop festival in the Netherlands when he paused for a bit of a breather.

Leaning over, he panted as he appeared to hold up one finger to ask for a quick break.

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Smiling, he looked as if he was going to continue for a second, before telling his band: “Oh stop, stop.”

Robbie, who turns 50 next year, admitted: “I’m f*****. I’m f*****. It’s long Covid, I’ve got long Covid.”

“It’s not my f****** age,” he told the crowd.

Many fans wished Robbie well after he opened up about what was wrong.

“Sending love and support to Robbie Williams as he battles through long Covid,” one person tweeted.

“We're all in this together.”

“I do hope Robbie Williams is OK,” said another fan on Twitter.

Another urged the Angels star: “If you think you have long Covid and it sounds like you do, please speak to a GP.

"I suffer from LC but there are things out there to help with it.”

Robbie, who is dad to four children with his wife Ayda, was reported to have tested positive for the coronavirus amid the pandemic in January 2021.

He reportedly caught the illness after heading to the Caribbean with his family for a New Year’s holiday.

The Sun quoted a source as saying at the time: “Robbie’s been fairly sick.

“He’s confined to the villa where he is staying with his family. It’s not exactly the worst place in the world to be quarantined, although he cannot go to the beach. He will have to remain in quarantine for up to 14 days.”

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