Robbie Williams is torn between being laid to rest in his native Stoke-on-Trent or being buried in the sun in Los Angeles.
Robbie Williams wants to be buried in Los Angeles.
The British singer is torn between being laid to rest in his native Stoke-on-Trent and his wife Ayda Field's family burial plot in LA, since he feels having a sun-kissed grave would be a ''nice place'' to end his life.
While he always hoped to be buried at home next to his gran, Betty, his new life in the US and the arrival of seventh-month-old daughter Theodora 'Teddy' Rose has changed his mind.
Speaking on his Radio Rudebox podcast, Robbie said: ''The thing about Stoke, my heart seems to be there. I have an interesting dilemma. If we stay in LA and this is our home for the rest of time, I'm not going to want to be buried at Stoke-on-Trent.
''When I am in stoke, my favourite place to visit is my grandma's grave at Tunstall cemetery. I have always thought that is where I would end up, at the cemetery. But I now have an American bird as my wife, and I plan to be with her for the rest of time.
''Ayda's grandma is in a cemetery over here, in a cemetery just down the road from our house. Her grave is constantly in the sun. It's a nice place to end up.''
The 39-year-old star also revealed he wasn't afraid of death and hopes he manages to squeeze a few more adventures out of life yet.
He added: ''I don't feel sad about it for some reason. It's an inevitability ... I hope that I am alive long enough for many different voyages yet. Who knows where I will end up?''