Following a charity trip to Haiti along with UNICEF earlier this year, the 'Angels' hitmaker admits that he wants to adopt a child from the earthquake-ravaged country.
Robbie Williams wants to adopt a child from Haiti after a charity trip earlier this year left him feeling "instant guilt" over the earthquake-ravaged country. The nation was left devastated by a massive tremor in January and the "Angels" hitmaker teamed up with United Nations children's organization UNICEF for a visit to the country.
The trip left him longing to help an orphaned youngster and the star admits he and fiancee Ayda Field are now considering adoption. He says, "I went with UNICEF and it is by far the worst place I've ever visited. I wanted to adopt straight away."
"I'll probably have a couple and then adopt a couple too. It's something we've talked about. When you go to somewhere like Haiti it does make you feel like you want to help. It's the instant guilt thing you get when you go out there. It's awful what has happened. Working with kids has made me want to have them. It's on the horizon. I don't know when. I've got a few things I want to do before that happens."