In an exclusive interview with The Sunday Mirror, model-turned-singer Rachael Gilson, 29, – who is named in Robbie Williams’ new autobiography ‘Feel’ – spoke for the first time about her love for the singer. “It’s true, I am the love of Robbie’s life and he is the love of mine,” she said. “If Rob asked me to settle down with him and have his babies, I’d drop whatever I was doing, wherever I was doing it. I would be at his side in a flash. That won’t surprise him because he knows it. We’ve talked about it. It’s crazy. We know we should do it, but that ‘something’ neither of us understands always seems to stop us.”
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She’s The One For Robbie
August 28, 2004 – In Robbie Williams’ new book ‘Feel’, the singer admits he is still besotted with first love Rachael Gilson from his home town of Stoke-on-Trent more than 15 years on. “I’m still very fond of Rachael. I think there’s like a ‘we can possibly still get it on’ kind of thing,” he says in the book. “She loves me. She’s just the sweetest, most unassuming, nice-natured, good-hearted, prettiest thing in Stoke-on-Trent.”
Robbie Has A Crush On Radio 1’s Cox
August 28, 2004 – Robbie Williams confesses all in his book, ‘Feel’ – due out on September 1, including a crush on Radio 1 DJ Sara Cox. “She was really sweet,” he writes. “Got a little bit of a crush, actually.” When he finds out she’s married, he says: “Doesn’t stop me having a crush. I can put it her in a box that says, ‘Lovely woman, great t*ts’. She looks a bit Readers’ Wives as well.”
Charity Soccer Match In Weymouth Turns Ugly
August 25, 2004 – Robbie Williams’ best pal Jonathan Wilkes got a red card at a charity soccer match in Weymouth, Dorset on Saturday (August 21), after head-butting a member of Pop Minus One and slapping one of the Blazin’ Squad members in the face. A fist-fight followed. Also on hand were 5Boyz, Pop!, Jessica Taylor and Michelle Heaton of Liberty X, Andy Scott-Lee, Bellefire, VS, and Clea.
Catherine Zeta Jones Courts Robbie For ‘Guys And Dolls’ Remake
August 21, 2004 – Sky News reports that Catherine Zeta Jones raved about Robbie Williams after seeing his big screen movie debut ‘De-Lovely’, based on the life of Cole Porter, and now wants him to star with her in the upcoming remake of the 1955 Marlon Brando classic ‘Guys And Dolls’. he said: “He’s a unique talent that would be great for my movie,” she remarked. “I know of his star power in the UK and we should get him on board.” Robbie’s holding talks with Catherine next month.