Robbie Williams making baby deal

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ROBBIE Williams is "negotiating" with his wife over when they are going to have children. 

The Shame singer married American actress Ayda Field in August and although she is feeling broody, he's trying to convince her to wait until they have seen more of the world together before they start a family. 

He said: "Me and the missus are negotiating at the minute about having kids. She wants to go now, and I'm like 'No, let's go around the world and enjoy ourselves.' " 

Robbie admits he has never been happier since tying the knot with Ayda and is focused on trying to have as much fun as he can in his life. 

He added in an interview on UK TV show Daybreak: "I'm very fortunate to have the life I've got. 

"I've got an amazing wife, we have a very uncomplicated relationship, eight doggies, live out in Los Angeles in the sun - it's a good life. So whatever I do now - it's got to be a laugh." 

Robbie is also loving being back in Take That and admits it's a great feeling to be around Gary Barlow, Mark Owen, Jason Orange and Howard Donald again. 

The 36-year-old singer - who quit the band in 1995 to launch a solo career - said: "I'm in love with the story of it all. To be honest I wouldn't be doing much if it wasn't for them anyway. We all got together and sorted out our differences, and listened to the Circus album that they did and the live show and they looked like they are having so much fun." 

Take That's sixth album Progress will be released on November 22. 

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