Singer Robbie Williams has revealed that he avoids attending daughter Theodora’s parents evening because it “scares” him.
The 41-year-old Robbie Williams said he lied to get out of a parents’ evening because the idea of meeting strangers scared him, reported Daily Mirror.
“I don’t like that many people. It’s rare I get into the room and go, ‘Yeah, I like that person and that person,’ out of 5,000 people, let alone being thrown into a room full of parents. That scares me. There was a parent evening for the nursery Teddy goes to and it filled me full of fear,” Williams said.
The “Angel” hitmaker, who has two-year-old daughter Theodora “Teddy” Rose and 10-month-old son Charlton admitted he was so terrified that he would’ve needed to take anxiety disorder drug Valium, but opted to tell lie saying he was in the studio.
“It was either take a Valium and go or pretend I’ve got to be in the studio… and that gets me out of everything. So I pretended I was in the studio. What are we going to talk about? Teddy isn’t even three. I don’t know what we were supposed to talk about,” he said.