People are talking after Robbie Williams’ girlfriend Rachel Hunter was spotted getting very friendly with hunky Puddle of Mudd frontman Wes Scantlin in Las Vegas at the trendy nightclub ghostbar at the Palms casino. “They spent the whole evening together at the club,” a well-placed source told The Mirror. “She certainly didn’t look as if she was pining for Robbie. Rachel looked gorgeous and Wes took a real shine to her. And she didn’t exactly put him off when he was snuggling up to her.” A spokesman for Rachel insisted, “She’s not like that. She’s very faithful… she’s not a two-man woman. She’s affectionate with her friends, but it’s not her style to snog someone in a bar. Rachel and Wes are very good friends and have been for a long time.”
Robbie Williams Takes Dogs For A Walk
December 14, 2002 – News of the World had a couple photos, since removed, of Robbie Williams taking his pets, including an alsatian, a husky and a mongrel, for walks a few miles from his Los Angeles mansion. A pal said, “The dogs are the apple of Rob’s eye and he makes sure they’re looked after.”
‘Escapology’ Is Dull Says Robbie Williams’ Ex-Bandmate
December 12, 2002 – The Sun reports Mark Owen thinks old Take That bandmate Robbie Williams’ new album ‘Escapology’ is dull. He revealed, “I quite like a lot of it but I sat there and sat there waiting for it to end. It’s just too long. I reckon it’s a bit all over the place as well.”
Rachel Loads Up On Cheap Lingerie For Robbie
December 11, 2002 – Star magazine reports Robbie Williams girlfriend Rachel Hunter heard Robbie likes cheap lingerie, so she went out on a shopping trip in London to load up on the cheesiest, skimpiest stuff she could find.
Robbie Is Over His Depression
December 10, 2002 – The Sun spoke with Robbie Williams who reveals he has finally won his battle with depression. “Everything is the best. Life is wonderful right now – I’d envy me if I wasn’t me,” he said. He added, “I’ve got great fans, a great album to promote, a fantastic record company and great people to work with. If it all ends tomorrow I’ve done really, really well.”
Robbie Leaves Notting Hill Home
December 9, 2002 – Robbie Williams leaving his Notting Hill home on Monday (December 9). The drivers pack two people carriers with clothes and musical instruments, implying that he is again leaving the country.