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Robbie Williams Live-Tweets Video of His Wife in Labor

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If people thought parenthood would make Robbie Williams grow up, they were sorely mistaken. The star tweeted videos of his wife in labor while he danced and serenaded her through the ordeal. Williams, formerly of Take That and his wife, actress Ayda Field, initially both have fun documenting the labor, with Field twerking to Iggy Azalea's catchy hit "Fancy."

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Later, as things get more serious, Williams takes center stage and at one point serenades his clearly-in-pain wife with the song "Let It Go" from the Disney smash hit Frozen. Field, who already has a daughter with Williams, gave birth to a healthy baby boy. Williams, in a another tweeted video, said he has "never been more in love and never been more proud of my wife" as he announced the birth of his son.

He added: "It's been a very emotional, amazing few hours and we're really happy and honored that you experienced the journey with us."

This article originally appeared in THR.com.

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