And to mark their milestone 15-year wedding anniversary next year, the pair are thinking about renewing their vows.
Speaking to Hello! magazine, Ayda, 44, said she wants her mother and her older dog Poupette to be in attendance, saying: “I do think with my mum’s health and if Poupette can hold on one more year, we will do a 15-year anniversary renewal.”
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She added: “There are a lot of relatives and people who need to stay alive, but yes, let’s do it!”
Speaking about her marriage and when the former Take That star gushed about her in his Netflix documentary, she told Hello: “It’s a beautiful thing when you’re in a healthy relationship.”
“I feel very blessed that he inspires me to be a better person, and I inspire him too.”
The pair married back in 2010 and share four children together.
Field recently had a health scare and was rushed to hospital, but recently got the all-clear.
Williams recently gave fans an insight into his life and rise to fame in his new four-part Netflix documentary, titled Robbie Williams, which was released last year.
Field previously admitted in a video that releasing such detail about their private life in the docuseries made her feel nervous and ”vulnerable”.
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“It occurred to me as I was getting all these texts that I’m feeling incredibly vulnerable about everyone seeing our lives, Rob’s life, our life, our kids, it feels like everyone is going to look through my knicker drawer, Rob’s knicker drawer,” she said in the clip.
“I just wanted to share I’m feeling super nervous and vulnerable and I hope you like it, I hope you all are into it, moved by it, like it. I definitely cried several times and had many proud moments and look forward to sharing it one day with my children who will have lots of questions.”
The biggest bombshells from the documentary included him dumping Geri Halliwell, breaking up with his now-wife Field via a phone call to his years-long feud with Take That bandmate Gary Barlow and more.
According to Entertainment Daily, Williams and Field once broke up very early on in their relationship, with the pop singer pulling the plug on their romance with a phone call.
Field reportedly recalls in the series: “I remember it was 2am and I called him and I was like, ‘I am just getting on the highway’ and he’s like, ‘Are you driving? Call me when you get home.'”
“My management have done an intervention and they’re gonna take me to rehab,” Field says Williams told her on the call.
“And he is like, ‘I can’t be in a relationship, I have to get better and I can’t be with you. I have to break up with you.’”
Field said she remembers just wanting Williams to “get better,” saying: “And it was like, I understood it because I saw that he was unwell and I remember thinking, ‘I just want you to get better.'”
He previously said on the Jonathan Ross Show in 2020 that Field ”saved his life”.
“I look back at 15 years of being with my wife, she did, she gave me a life,” he said.
“Here I am on the telly getting emotional. She absolutely did.”