Ayda shared a video on Instagram expressing her nervousness about the release of her husband Robbie William’s new Netflix documentary. In her post, she wrote: “Anyone else feeling nervous? Let me know your thoughts… #herewego #robbiewilliams #netflix @robbiewilliams @shopayda AWxx”
In the video, Ayda talked about getting a lot of texts about the show, which makes her feel “extremely vulnerable”. She compared the experience to fans looking into her private life, saying it felt like the public was “looking through their knitting drawers”.
She said: “Hi everyone in Instaworld, it’s the night before the premiere of the Robbie Williams documentary on Netflix and I’ve been getting a lot of texts about it today and it happened to me while I was getting all these texts. feeling extremely vulnerable about everyone looking out for their lives, Robbie’s life, Robbie’s life, our lives, our children.’
Ayda said: “I thought I was sharing that I am very nervous and vulnerable so I hope you are all into it, moved by it, like it. share it one day with my children who will they have enough questions.”
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“But anyway I hope you enjoy it, I thought I’d share a vulnerable moment with you so I hope you tune in and find something about it especially the man behind it, a good man and a program good info. That’s all I got so everyone enjoy your evening and I look forward to your thoughts.”
Robbie’s documentary was released on Netflix on Wednesday morning and explores Robbie’s background. He also sees Robbie’s current life as his family’s.
This comes after the two spoke out about a phone call that ended the couple’s relationship. She explains that the former Take That star called her one morning shortly before her 33rd birthday to admit that his team was sending him to rehab.
Explaining the heartbreaking phone call, Ayda said: “I remember it was 2am and I called him and I was like, ‘I’m going on the highway’ and he’s like, ‘Are you drive? Call me when you get home.’ And he’s 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.”
Ayda shared: “And it was like, I understood it because I saw that he was sick and I remember thinking, ‘I want you to get better.'” She also admitted that she felt “so crestfallen” adding: “He was my soulmate and then he was gone.”
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