Robbie Williams wants to have his own show in ''10 years'' but is willing to wait so long because he wants to protect his children from the cameras.
Robbie Williams turned down his own television show for the sake of his children.
The 43-year-old musician believes him and his 37-year-old wife Ayda Field would have ''a lot of fun'' hosting their own programme but wants to hold off on doing any reality series of their own until their children Theodora, four, and two-year-old Charlton, are older.
When asked about a future on the small screen by The Sun newspaper, he said: ''We'd have a lot of fun doing it and we'd get to be with each other and play. Maybe in ten years, when the kids could work out if they want to do it.''
However, the 'Let Me Entertain You' hitmaker wouldn't accept ''any amount'' of money to let the cameras into his home at the moment.
He continued: ''I couldn't do that to the kids for any amount.''
And the dark-haired hunk believes he still has an element of mystery about him, which he thinks would diminish if he was to be filmed every day as he carries out his daily routines.
He explained: ''There's still a tiny bit of mystique about me. If I did that there wouldn't be - because of my flatulence.''
Meanwhile, Robbie is plotting a move back to America because he is desperate to become famous across the pond as he wasn't recognised when he lived in Los Angeles with his 'Loose Women' panellist spouse.
Speaking previously, he said: ''Nobody knows who I am. I can look at them and they can look at me.
''I get to stare at them and they get to stare at me, but they don't stare because they don't know who I am. I don't like this. I want this to change.''
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