Robbie Williams’ wife Ayda Field gives health update as she shares photos from A&E after being rushed to hospital with undisclosed medical issue

Ayda Field gave a health update as she shared a photo from A&E after rushed to hospital with undisclosed medical issue. 

Earlier this week, the wife of former Take That star Robbie Williams revealed she was being treated with an intravenous drip after she fell ill following a night out in Los Angeles. 

Sharing some photos to her Instagram Story on Wednesday, Ayda, 44, announced that she had been given the ‘all clear’ after a series of tests. 

The actress could be seen laid on a hospital bed, hooked up to a machine, while getting a check up. 

Posing for a selfie with her doctor, she then announced that she was ok, captioning the snap: The doctor gave me the all clear. So grateful.’ 

Ayda Field gave a health update as she shared a photo from A&E after rushed to hospital with undisclosed medical issue

Sharing some photos to her Instagram Story on Wednesday, Ayda, 44, announced that she had been given the 'all clear' after a series of tests

Sharing some photos to her Instagram Story on Wednesday, Ayda, 44, announced that she had been given the ‘all clear’ after a series of tests

Ayda updated social media followers from an accident and emergency room on Sunday after she was rushed to hospital with a mystery illness. 

The actress pictured herself being treated with an intravenous drip as she rested on a hospital bed, a mounted heart monitor visible on the wall to her rear. 

Addressing the incident with Instagram followers, Ayda credited her husband for his support after she fell ill following a night out in Los Angeles. 

Captioning her post, she wrote: ‘After a picture perfect evening, a less than picture perfect ending. Back now and resting thanks to my wonderful hubby @robbiewilliams for being by my side.’ 

The previous evening Ayda had enjoyed a night out with Robbie, 49, at popular Beverly Hills restaurant Cipriani – where they were joined by Dame Joan Collins and her husband, Percy Gibson. 

Robbie is connected to Dame Joan through the British actress’s late goddaughter, Milica Kastner.

Milica, the daughter of American film producer Elliott Kastner and British celebrity interior designer Tessa Kennedy, died of terminal cancer aged 49 in March 2021, two years after she was diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer and stage 4 uterine sarcoma. 

Robbie and Milica became close friends after the film producer moved in next door to the Take That star when he was living in Notting Hill.

In a self-written piece for Tatler, Milica wrote: ‘From that first Notting Hill night Robbie and I met, we were inseparable, like brother and sister. I ended up moving to Los Angeles in 2001 and lived there with Robbie for two years.’

Milica also revealed that during her pregnancy with her son Jack people assumed the baby was Robbie’s.

‘While in LA, I became pregnant to one of my eldest brother’s friends, Cary Woods,’ she recalled. 

‘When I moved back to London, pregnant with Jack, everyone thought the baby was Robbie’s – but we were, and always have been, just friends.’ 

Robbie and wife Ayda are parents to daughters Teddy, 11, Coco, five, and sons Charlie, nine, and Beau, three. 

Ayda updated social media followers from an accident and emergency room on Sunday after she was rushed to hospital with a mystery illness

Ayda updated social media followers from an accident and emergency room on Sunday after she was rushed to hospital with a mystery illness 

The previous evening Ayda had enjoyed a night out with husband Robbie Williams at Beverly Hills restaurant Cipriani

The previous evening Ayda had enjoyed a night out with husband Robbie Williams at Beverly Hills restaurant Cipriani

The couple were joined by actress Dame Joan Collins and her husband Percy Gibson at the Los Angeles venue

The couple were joined by actress Dame Joan Collins and her husband Percy Gibson at the Los Angeles venue 

Robbie is connected to Dame Joan through the British actress's late goddaughter, Milica Kastner (right)

Robbie is connected to Dame Joan through the British actress’s late goddaughter, Milica Kastner (right) 

In a self-written piece for Tatler, Milica penned: 'From that first Notting Hill night Robbie and I met, we were inseparable, like brother and sister'

In a self-written piece for Tatler, Milica penned: ‘From that first Notting Hill night Robbie and I met, we were inseparable, like brother and sister’

The couple largely keep their children out of the public eye, with Teddy recently making a brief appearance in the singer’s Netflix documentary.

Their eldest child also had a taste of the spotlight in 2018 when she was flower girl at Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s wedding. 

Ayda previously admitted it was her idea to document the birth of the couple’s second child through a series of bizarre social media videos, which went viral online.

The American star was speaking about her child birth experiences during an appearance on Loose Women, when she revealed she encouraged her fun-loving husband to ‘goof around’ in order to distract her from the pain.

The birth of son Charlie was caught on camera as the former Take That star posted a string of bizarre videos and pictures showing him in hospital in Los Angeles with his wife. 

Ayda previously admitted it was her idea to document the birth of the couple's second child through a series of bizarre social media videos, which went viral online

Ayda previously admitted it was her idea to document the birth of the couple’s second child through a series of bizarre social media videos, which went viral online

The birth of son Charlie was caught on camera as the former Take That star posted a string of bizarre videos and pictures showing him in hospital in Los Angeles with his wife

The birth of son Charlie was caught on camera as the former Take That star posted a string of bizarre videos and pictures showing him in hospital in Los Angeles with his wife

Explaining that many people didn’t believe she was actually in labour when the videos and snaps were shared online, she insisted: ‘I was genuinely giving birth, I have to say for poor Rob he took a lot of flak but it was my idea.

‘We didn’t set out to do it, it started out as me putting my heels on as a joke, I put them in the stirrups and he asked to tweet it.’

Robbie shared videos showing the pair of them dancing in their hospital room as well as him singing his hits as Ayda had contractions.

‘It was 3 in the morning, a 17 hour labour. It kept me distracted, we were coming up with all sorts of funny bits,’ Ayda told her Loose Women colleagues.

‘It’s our sense of humour, we’re goofy. But I didn’t think about it going viral. About an hour after the birth some lady passed by us and said “oh my god, those videos are so funny!”

‘Then a cleaner told us she’d seen us on Spanish TV that morning and another said we were on Good Morning America and I went “babe what happened?”‘

Ayda admitted many people didn't believe she was actually in labour when the videos and snaps were shared online

Ayda admitted many people didn’t believe she was actually in labour when the videos and snaps were shared online

Robbie and Ayda are pictured during a night out at London's Theatre Royal Haymarket in December 2018

Robbie and Ayda are pictured during a night out at London’s Theatre Royal Haymarket in December 2018

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