ROBBIE Williams' kids yelled "Daddy" as they reunited after his coronavirus quarantine.
The singer spent three weeks away from his family in self-isolation and his wife Ayda Field shared a cute video of her hubby returning home and finally getting to see his kids again.
Ayda, 40, teased their daughter Theodora, 7 and son Charlton, 5, as she says: "Who’s coming up the driveway? Who is it?"
As soon as they looked and spotted their father, the kids are heard shouting daddy as they sprinted towards him.
"Daddy we’re so happy to see you," Ayda tells Robbie, 46, while Theodora (also known as Teddy) says: "Daddy I’ve missed you so much."
Ayda captioned th post: "@robbiewilliams After 3 weeks…REUNITED!!!! So happy to have daddy home after separate quarantines #togetheratlast #quarantinelife #stayhome AWxx."
Fans flooded the post with lovely comments, as one said: "Beautiful, Awww there’s that love again – gorgeous gorgeous family."
Another fan wrote: "Ahh what happy day!!! Welcome home daddy Rob!!!"
"What a lovely moment. Daddy's come home," a third follower gushed.
Fellow celebs also chimed in as Loose Woman panelist Saira Khan posted "Made me cry ❤️. Love you guys" and Lucy Yeomans, founder and creator of DREST added: "Oooh this made my heart melt."
Robbie was away from his family self-isolation as a precaution after he returned from a trip to Australia.
He was left with no choice but to withdraw from his one-off gig down under due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The Let Me Entertain You hitmaker, was forced to pull the plug on his concert when the Australian government stated than gatherings over more than 500 people had to be cancelled.
Robbie had already made the long trip to Melbourne where he was due to perform as part of his world tour.
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