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Robbie Williams' latest photo raises health concerns among fans

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Robbie Williams' fans have expressed their worry after his wife, Ayda Field, shared a snapshot of the singer on Instagram that sparked weight loss speculation.The 50 year old pop icon and ex-Take That member, who has been open about his battles with weight and body dysmorphia, became the subject of fan concern following the post.

Robbie appears in the photo reclining, clad in a shirt featuring the notorious pop pair Milli Vanilli and tiger-patterned briefs, reports the Mirror.The perspective of the image may give the impression that Robbie has slimmed down, although this could be an optical illusion due to his posture.

Ayda's caption read: "Welcome Home, Baby #guesswho #homesweethome #eyeofthetiger @robbiewilliams AWx".With Robbie set to take the stage at BST Hyde Park come July, followers were quick to voice their thoughts on Ayda's post.

One fan commented: "Robbie's lost so much weight [shock face emoji]", while another posted: "Omg why is he so skinny." A third shared similar concerns: "OMG! !

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