Robbie Williams says he ‘won’t understand he’s good’

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Robbie Williams has said his self-hatred has become less intense over the years, but says he “won’t understand that I’m good.”

The singer, 46, says he has a constant negative internal monologue which he calls “Radio Rob”.

Hitmaker Rock DJ said that even though he hates himself, he thinks he deserves to be satisfied.

‘I won’t get it’: Robbie Williams said his self-hatred has become less intense over the years, but says he ‘won’t understand that I’m good’

In an interview with The Times Saturday Review, Robbie said he believed his insecurities dated back to his time in the Take That boyband.

“Even though I hate myself, I think I deserve to be happy. I don’t think it dictates and causes me misery and gives me a quality of prison between my ears… but I don’t want me to be good, ”he said.

“It was because my peers didn’t like me because of the group I was in. They were the cool group, the people I wanted to be. But they didn’t like me, and it hurt.

Insecurity: Robbie said he believed his insecurities dated back to his time in the Take That boyband (pictured in 1993)

Insecurity: Robbie said he believed his insecurities dated back to his time in the Take That boyband (pictured in 1993)

Insecurity: Robbie said he believed his insecurities dated back to his time in the Take That boyband (pictured in 1993)

“And then I had to understand why it hurt so bad, why everything hurt so bad. I’m sure if the cool team liked me and I made music worthy of “quote without quote” I would be a bully.

Now he’s more concerned with what his four children and wife Ayda Field – Theodora, nine, Charlton, six, Coco, two, and Beau, nine months – think of him.

Robbie also admitted that he didn’t want kids before and spent the first two years of Schuyler’s life terrified of ruining everything.

Family: Robbie said becoming a father and being married at Ayda Field helped change his outlook on life (pictured together in 2018)

Family: Robbie said becoming a father and being married at Ayda Field helped change his outlook on life (pictured together in 2018)

Family: Robbie said becoming a father and being married at Ayda Field helped change his outlook on life (pictured together in 2018)

However, when she started talking to him, he wanted as many “little things” as possible.

It comes after the singer joined Instagram Live on Thursday and revealed he is forming a new group, 25 years after leaving Take That.

He told fans he was teaming up with Australian songwriters and producers Flynn Francis and Tim Metcalfe, for what he called a “passion project.”

Robbie also unveiled plans to create new music rooms and art galleries around the world where the band will perform and where they can DJ.

Proud parents: Now Robbie is more concerned with what his four children - Theodora, nine, Charlton, six, Coco, two and Beau, nine months (pictured) - think of him

Proud parents: Now Robbie is more concerned with what his four children - Theodora, nine, Charlton, six, Coco, two and Beau, nine months (pictured) - think of him

Proud parents: Now Robbie is more concerned with what his four children – Theodora, nine, Charlton, six, Coco, two and Beau, nine months (pictured) – think of him

Robbie told his supporters, “Little project that I have going on with a couple of my friends, Flynn Francis and Tim Metcalfe. We are a group everyone.

“I have songs coming out that won’t be under the Robbie Williams name. I’m gonna do this thing with my friends – get a band!

But, instead of touring the traditional way, the band will perform in new music halls and art spaces, which Robbie plans to open around the world.

He explained, “What I’m going to do is rent a space, put my art there. During the day, it will be a gallery.

“Then at night I’ll be a DJ and it’s going to be a concert hall, what the old folks will call a rave.

“I’ll be on the espressos. Oh yes I will. Quadruple espresso. Do it the old fashioned way.

“I’m very, very excited about this. I want to do it in Berlin. I also want to do it in Tokyo. I want to do this in several places. Be fun, right?

“It’s one of those things, it’s a passionate project. If something happens, fine, if not, I just had fun.

Take three?  Robbie revealed he's forming a new group with Australian songwriters and producers Flynn Francis and Tim Metcalfe, 25 on Thursday after leaving Take That

Take three?  Robbie revealed he's forming a new group with Australian songwriters and producers Flynn Francis and Tim Metcalfe, 25 on Thursday after leaving Take That

Take three? Robbie revealed he’s forming a new group with Australian songwriters and producers Flynn Francis and Tim Metcalfe, 25 on Thursday after leaving Take That

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