Robbie William's says his rock 'n Roll days are well are truely behind him saying the whole rockstar trend of "sex with strangers" thing is a thing of the past.
Appearing on Channel Nine's Today Show on Friday morning, the 43-year-old British musician said that now he's a husband father to children Theodora and Charlton, it's a whole different ball game to when he used to be on the road with boy band Take That.
"It's interesting, having a wife now and being the guy that I was," he told Richard Wilkins.
"The sort of faders that you have to turn up and down. It's like, there's the 'sex with strangers' fader, turn that one down. Which one can we turn up? 'Cake! More cake and carbohydrates,'" he laughed.
Robbie tied the knot with wife Ayda in 2010, before welcoming daughter Theodora in 2012 and son Charlton in 2014.
The interview comes after Robbie revealed last month that he suffers from a very rare eating disorder which causes him to binge eat at night.
The condition is known as Nocturnal Sleep-related Eating Disorder (NS-RED) where you chow down at night but having no idea you’re actually doing it.
In a recent video he posted to his YouTube channel, the singer said he had been suffering from the “very weird” disorder for over a year where he “night eats”.
“I am absolutely asleep and I get up, and I go and eat,” he says.
The star wasn’t aware he was doing it “for a long time” and goes on to say he doesn’t “do it on purpose”.
“I’m not aware that I’m doing it but it happens and apparently in my sleep I don’t want kale I want sugar, and loads of it,” he adds.
Robbie says it’s been “super weird” and it has left him on a permanent diet of “superfoods” during the day because of his “bad” eating choices at night.
Worst of all, he is never able to treat himself during the day because he has his “treat in the middle of the night when I don’t even know about it”.