Robbie Williams and Ayda Field share sad family news: ‘Crying our eyes out’

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  • Robbie Williams and Ayda Field have shared some sad family news.

    Taking to Instagram to share the news with her 543,000 followers, actress Ayda, who recently judged The X Factor with husband Robbie, revealed that the family had lost their beloved pet dog.

    Posting a sweet photo of the family’s Jack Russell dog Baby, the mum-of-three wrote a heartfelt post to honour the much-loved pet, revealing that she and husband Robbie were in floods of tears over his death.

    ‘We’ve just lost our beautiful Jack Russell dog, Baby,’ she captioned the post. ‘Gone way too soon, she was a brave adventurer and champion snuggler. @robbiewilliams and I are currently crying our eyes out.

    ‘In the midst of our sadness, the most beautiful sight appeared out our window…a rainbow. As cliché as it might sound, we feel safety seeing it out our window, knowing that that is Baby’s rainbow bridge.

    ‘So in Baby’s honour, and any other soul that has left the planet today, a big farewell kiss to the sky. We will always keep you in our hearts Baby 💔AWx’.

    The 40-year-old also shared a sweet photo of the rainbow that she and Robbie could see from their house, that followers could swipe across to see.

    Fans and friends left a stream of supportive messages, sending the family their well-wishes.

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    This Morning presenter Ruth Langsford, who has appeared on Loose Women with Ayda when she has joined the talk show’s panel, commented: ‘I’m so sorry Ayda…I’m sure you & Rob gave her a wonderful, happy life ❤️’.

    Real Housewives of Beverley Hills star Dorit Kemsley also sent her well-wishes, writing: ‘So sorry for your loss 😢💔’.

    Other comments included: ‘So sorry to hear that you guys. Sending love xx’, ‘Thinking of you at such a sad time 💖’, ‘I send all my wishes’ and ‘Poor Baby rest in peace 💖’.