Robbie Williams says being with one woman ''feels unnatural'' but he finds it easy to be faithful since giving up alcohol
Robbie Williams has admitted being with one woman ''feels unnatural''.
But the 'Candy' singer - whose wife Ayda Field gave birth to their first child Theodora Rose last month - said he has no problem avoiding temptation and staying faithful since giving up alcohol.
He told The Sun newspaper: ''It's a hundred times easier when you don't drink, and I don't drink.
''If I drank, we'd literally be f*****. If I drank, I could not keep it in my trousers at all.
''I always have my wife with me. Always. I haven't missed playing around but I'm still a guy.
''This will be an on-going project. Feels unnatural - but so far, so good.''
The 38-year-old singer recently said he is happier than ever since becoming a father on September 18.
He said: ''Ayda went into labour at 4am and at 3.15 in the afternoon Teddy popped into my world and it changed my life.
''It was cosmic -- it's a magical, magical moment.
''She's got a bit of acid reflux but she's such a chilled baby. I enjoy changing nappies and I really like being a daddy.
''I don't want to be anything other than a daddy and a husband. Life's pretty perfect right now.''