Robbie Williams says he became “morbidly obese” when he got high and went shopping

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Robbie Williams sincerely revealed that he gained a lot of weight when he used to get high and do his shopping.

The 46-year-old singer found himself on a slippery slope when he left Take That in 1995 and adapted to his new life.

Speaking on his At Home with Williamses podcast, the star said her drug use and poor diet contributed to her weight gain.

Difficult time: the singer, photographed in 1996, found himself on a slippery slope when he left the group in 1995 and adapted to his new life

Candidate: Robbie Williams said he gained weight when he used to get high and shop after leaving Take That (left photo in 1996)

He said, “I rented an apartment. I went to the supermarket in my first shop. Once. Stoned. Don’t go to a stoned supermarket. You make bad choices.

“I opened the fridge and there was this whole Mr. Kipling cake.” And I remember that moment that said, “Wait, I don’t live with my mom. I can eat all this cake. ”

He explained that his regained freedom made him gain pounds in the following months.

He said, “It was in January. In February, I was morbidly obese. I looked like a farm animal as it was quoted in the press in 1996: “Mr. Kipling is a b ***** d ”.

Life changes: Robbie is now an ambassador for Weight Watchers and has been open about his struggles with food and drugs

Life changes: Robbie is now an ambassador for Weight Watchers and has been open about his struggles with food and drugs

Robbie has been open about his struggles with drugs and his weight in the past and he was named Weight Watchers Ambassador in 2018.

The star went to rehab in 2007 after taking speed, acid, heroin, cocaine and “staggering” amounts of prescription drugs.

He had previously admitted that he was only “24 hours from death” at the height of his addiction, which saw him taking a dangerous cocktail of drugs.

He said in 2009: “I would make 20 Vicodins in one night. I could have been 24 hours away from dying. Then I took Adderall, which was like speed for people with ADHD. I would make colossal and overwhelming amounts of it.

Battles: the pop star, photographed in 1996, went to rehab in 2007 after picking up speed, acid, heroin, cocaine, and breathtaking amounts of prescription drugs

Battles: the pop star, photographed in 1996, went to rehab in 2007 after gaining speed, acid, heroin, cocaine, and breathtaking amounts of prescription drugs

“You can buy Sativa, which is essentially LSD for five minutes. These are powerful tricks. This is where I was. You do your best to balance them against each other, but you never succeed.

“It was the American addiction. Prescription pills. It wasn’t the best time of my life. You see Anna Nicole Smith goes away – pills. Michael Jackson leaves – pills. And Heath Ledger. I can understand it all. ‘

But the pop star admitted that his battle with drugs started when he was just a teenager.

He said in the 2009 interview, “When I started clubbing when I was 16, we were on the edge. Then acid and speed. Then it evolved into cocaine. Before acid, heroin. I did it once.

“I was 19 years old and I went to the MTV Awards and I did ephedrine [a stimulant], coke, E. ‘

Addiction: Robbie admitted his drug battle started when he was a teenager when he picked up acid and speed

Addiction: Robbie admitted his drug battle started when he was just a teenager when he picked up speed and speed

Robbie was admitted to an Arizona clinic in 2007 on his 33rd birthday.

He said about his battle with his food last month: “I had done very extreme things before where I lived mostly in the fresh air; broth, a little mango and that was it.

“I was so emotional and depressed and I felt all of these feelings because my body was hungry.”

He added, “I have been overweight and unhappy or extreme and underweight and unhappy. These two places have led to depression.

“It seems like I’ve found a way … it’s the best that I’ve been solidly in a long time. I think consistency is the best I have ever seen.

Honest: Popstar says eating problems and weight contributed to her depression

Honest: Popstar says eating problems and weight contributed to her depression

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