QUITTING glitzy LA for a quiet life back in Britain, Robbie Williams was probably relishing some time alone with his wife, Ayda Field, and their newborn daughter.
But they’ve been joined by his mum, her mum, and her mum’s best mate, and his wife’s brother and his wife’s brother’s mate. And, soon, the nanny.
The Take That star left LA to move into the rented house in London with Ayda and their six-week old baby, Theodora Rose, after wanting her to have a British passport and education.
No fewer than eight family members and friends are now sharing the house they are renting in London – meaning there are 11 of them packed in.
Ayda’s mum Gwen has packed her bags and temporarily moved to England to help out with Teddy, bringing a family friend with her.
And, keen not to miss out on play time with her new granddaughter, Rob’s mum, Jan, is also keeping a close eye on proceedings.
Similarly, Ayda’s brother, Dylan, and football-loving chum are also over for a jolly – giving the Candy singer some much needed male bonding time. Our source said: “Robbie and Ayda’s mums get on well and are helping a lot with the baby.
“There’s a lot of football going on into the night – with floodlights put up especially in the back garden.
“It really is one big happy family. There’s always someone to lend a hand with baby duties – Teddy is getting plenty of cuddles.”
Robbie has been enjoying being back home, spending time annoying Gary Barlow by making friends with his pal’s least-favourite X Factor contestant Rylan on the show this week.
Rob, 38, and Ayda, 33, are now hunting for the perfect Mary Poppins-style nanny.
The star recently said: “Am I getting help? I’m getting hot and cold running help.”
Speaking about the couple’s house, a pal of Robbie said: “Teddy has had a regular stream of doting visitors over the past weeks.”
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