Robbie Williams thinks he's too old to dye his hair

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Robbie Williams during the filming for the Graham Norton Show at BBC Studioworks 6 Television Centre, Wood Lane, London, to be aired on BBC One on Friday evening. (Photo by David Parry/PA Images via Getty Images)
Robbie Williams during the filming for the Graham Norton Show at BBC Studioworks 6 Television Centre, Wood Lane, London, to be aired on BBC One on Friday evening. (Photo by David Parry/PA Images via Getty Images)

While Robbie Williams is far from his twilight years at just 46-years-old, he reckons he's still a bit long in the tooth to still be colouring his hair.

The father-of-four no longer dyes his mane as he tries to avoid other musicians' mistakes in covering up their natural grey hair.

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“There’s a certain age that you reach where you go, ‘I better stop dyeing this stuff’," he told The Sun.

Read more: Ayda Field shares video of Robbie Williams cradling their newborn son

“You don’t want to have that auburny red tip at the end — you see the rock stars of yesterday do this and you go, ‘Oooh’.

Robbie Williams attending the Q Awards at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London.
Robbie Williams attending the Q Awards at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London.

“So what I’ve done is shave it all off.”

The Angels hitmaker also shared that dying his locks "quite a few times" over the years has left him without the quantity of hair he once had.

There was good news for the Williams family in February as the singer and wife Ayda Field announced the birth of their fourth child, Beau.

The pair used the surrogate who had carried their daughter Colette for their son, with both children being biologically theirs along with older siblings Teddy and Charlton.

Meanwhile, Williams headed to Australia on Wednesday for a concert in Melbourne scheduled for 14 March.

It comes as Miley Cyrus cancelled her trip to the country where she was due to make a headline appearance at a bushfire relief concert due to concerns over coronavirus.

The concert, which was also set to take place in Melbourne, has now been called off by organisers as a result.

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