Robbie Williams is flashed by a female fan on the first night of his XXV tour at London’s O2 Arena

Happily married Robbie Williams joked it was like being ‘diabetic in a cake shop’ when a female fan flashed him on the first night of his XXV tour at London’s O2 on Sunday.

The singer, 48, who shares four children with wife Ayda Field, 43, stopped the concert when he saw the scantily clad lady.

He said: ‘There’s a lady here baring her breasts for me down here, unbelievable’.

Sorry: Happily married Robbie Williams joked it was like being 'diabetic in a cake shop' when a female fan flashed him on the first night of his XXV tour at London's O2 on Sunday

Sorry: Happily married Robbie Williams joked it was like being ‘diabetic in a cake shop’ when a female fan flashed him on the first night of his XXV tour at London’s O2 on Sunday

Before cheekily adding: ‘But for me it’s like being a diabetic in a cake shop. There’s nothing I can do about it, is there?’

The singer belted out a string of his classic hits on the opening night of his 25th anniversary tour and dedicated his song Angels to mum Janet, who was in the audience.

Recalling his exit from Take That, he told the packed crowd: ‘I left with a boot full of champers, a pocket full of cocaine ready to go bonkers in the membrane.’

Steak at home: The singer, 48, who shares four children with wife Ayda Field, 43, stopped the gig when he saw the scantily clad lady (pictured together earlier this year)

Steak at home: The singer, 48, who shares four children with wife Ayda Field, 43, stopped the gig when he saw the scantily clad lady (pictured together earlier this year)

Memoirs: Recalling his exit from Take That, he told the packed crowd: 'I left with a boot full of champers, a pocket full of cocaine ready to go insane in the membrane'

Memoirs: Recalling his exit from Take That, he told the packed crowd: ‘I left with a boot full of champers, a pocket full of cocaine ready to go insane in the membrane’

He also revealed that he wrote his 2001 hit Eternity for girlfriend Geri Horner after they holidayed together in St. Tropez and she helped through the ‘early days of sobriety’

Robbie donned a gold sequined vest for the energetic performance which perfectly showcased his muscular and tattooed arms.

Robbie returned to the stage two years after being forced to cancel his Las Vegas residence due to Covid-19 restrictions.

Back for more: Robbie returned to the stage two years after being forced to cancel his Las Vegas stint due to Covid-19 restrictions

Back for more: Robbie returned to the stage two years after being forced to cancel his Las Vegas stint due to Covid-19 restrictions

Pop's golden boy: The singer donned a gold sequin vest for the energetic performance

Muscular: Pop's golden boy: The ensemble perfectly showcased his muscular and tattooed arms

Pop’s golden boy: The singer donned a gold sequin vest by Dolce & Gabbana for the high energy performance which perfectly showcased his muscular and tattooed arms

The former Take That star completed the look with metallic gold trousers and a string of pearls.

He accessorised with silver and diamond encrusted bracelets as he styled his salt and pepper hair into spikes.

The star passionately grabbed the microphone and made the most of the big stage as he entertained the sold-out crowd.

Strutting his stuff: The former Take That star completed the look with metallic gold trousers and a string of pearls

Strutting his stuff: The former Take That star completed the look with metallic gold trousers and a string of pearls

Robbie struck his pose from his Let Me Entertain you video with one hand in the air as he was joined on stage by a line of scantily clad dancers.

He closed a string of his classic hits with his image displayed on large screens for the entire audience to see.

Robbie plays a second night at the London venue on Monday before heading to Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow and Dublin.

Show stop: He accessorised with silver and diamond encrusted bracelets as he styled his salt and pepper hair into spikes

Show stop: He accessorised with silver and diamond encrusted bracelets as he styled his salt and pepper hair into spikes

Saucy: The father-of-four struck his famous pose from his Let Me Entertain you video with one hand in the air as he was joined on stage by a line of scantily clad dancers

Saucy: The father-of-four struck his famous pose from his Let Me Entertain you video with one hand in the air as he was joined on stage by a line of scantily clad dancers

Singer: Passionately grabbing the microphone, the star made the most of the big stage as he entertained the sell-out crowd

Singer: Passionately grabbing the microphone, the star made the most of the big stage as he entertained the sell-out crowd

Big screen: He closed a series of his classic hits with his image displayed on big screens for the whole audience to see

Big screen: He closed a series of his classic hits with his image displayed on big screens for the whole audience to see

The tour celebrates the release of his latest orchestral album, XXV, to celebrate his 25th year in the business.

He has recorded orchestral versions of his greatest hits with the Dutch jazz and pop orchestra, Metropole Orkest, to celebrate a quarter of a century since the release of his debut solo album, 1997’s Life Thru A Lens.

The rock DJ hitmaker posed nude on a statue for the album’s striking artwork, which is an interpretation of The Thinker by French sculptor Auguste Rodin, with only his arms and legs covering his manhood.

Confidence: Robbie oozed confidence as he strutted his stuff on stage

Confidence: Robbie oozed confidence as he strutted his stuff on stage

Muscleman: He flexed his muscles for the screaming crowd

Muscleman: He flexed his muscles for the screaming crowd

Robbie said: ‘I’m so excited to announce my new album XXV, which celebrates many of my favorite songs from the last 25 years. Each track has a special place in my heart, so it was a real thrill to record them again with Metropole Orkest. Can’t wait for you all to hear it.’

The career-spanning collection includes the hits Candy, Angels, Millennium and Let Me Entertain You.

It comes after the superstar recently admitted he listens to the charts in shock.

Classics: He sang numerous hits including Candy, Angels, Millennium and Let Me Entertain You

Classics: He sang numerous hits including Candy, Angels, Millennium and Let Me Entertain You

The singer, who rose to fame in the Nineties, revealed he struggles with the lack of variety in modern music, noting that all artists ‘look and sound the same.’

He explained: ‘If you take Top Of The Pops from 1988, any week, the variety of colour, the eccentricities, the craziness and the craziness is extraordinary.’

Robbie, 48, continued: ‘If you put on a chart show in 2022, every week, every single artist sounds like every artist and they look like every artist.

‘It’s not their fault, I don’t stand a chance against them.’

At home: Robbie appeared at home as he returned to the scene following the Covid pandemic

At home: Robbie appeared at home as he returned to the scene following the Covid pandemic

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