Robbie Williams 'could have got certificates for sexual endeavours' as a teenager

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The chart-topping pop star has revealed he still has fond memories of "sleeping with Blue Coats" during family holidays in Britain during his younger years.

Robbie, 47 - who is married to actress Ayda Field - shared: "I have spent a fortune ... none [of my holidays] have come close to the joy and excitement and happiness I had on those holidays.

"When you're talking about holiday romances, I remember metaphorically working through the gears.

"At 13, I had the kiss, 14, it progressed to somewhere else: bra. At 15, a little bit further, then 16, I was sleeping with the Blue Coats.

"You know when you got certificates for swimming when you was a kid? I could have got certificates for sexual endeavours. I hate to be crass, but that was what my youth was like."

Robbie admitted that his holiday romances escalated as he got a bit older, and even though he's now a married man, the pop star concedes it was a "very, very exciting" time in his life.

He told the Life's A Beach podcast: "It progressed from year to year and yes there were many holiday romances and it was very, very exciting."

Meanwhile, Robbie is reportedly planning to move to Switzerland.

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The Angels hitmaker and his wife are poised to move to a £24 million (S$44 million) villa on the shores of Lake Geneva in Switzerland, having quietly put their 17th century mansion in Wiltshire, South-West England, on the market.

A source recently said: "Robbie was in a different phase of his life when he bought Compton Bassett House.

"It seemed like an idyllic hideaway in the English countryside but he never really felt at home there. In a matter of months he realised it wasn't where he and Ayda wanted to settle.

"Now he's planning a reshuffle of his property portfolio since deciding to buy in Switzerland. The family moved there last summer and rented for six months to make sure they wanted to stay."