Robbie Williams has disclosed that he suffers mental health issues.

An interview with one of the musicians who has become the most famous in the world over the course of the last decade was conducted by the Italian newspaper Corriere in the musician’s hotel room in Paris.

Robbie Williams, who is celebrating his 25th year in the music industry by going on tour, recently admitted that he struggles with his own demons, but he also made it obvious that he is no longer tormented by the issues he used to face.

The artist believes that his entire career can be summed up in five words: incredible, insane, extremely beautiful, goofy, and unbelievable. This is due to the fact that so much has happened to him in the span of 25 years.

Robbie Williams has sales figures that are equivalent to those of Elvis Presley or the Beatles; nevertheless, this does not matter to the average Briton because his new album, titled “XXV,” debuted at number one in the UK.

“I have the impression that I do not need to worry about remaining relevant at this point in time, which is wonderful. In my opinion, being true to who I am right now is extremely beneficial “he shared with Corriere.

One of the tracks on the album is titled “Lost,” and it is about feeling as though one has lost all meaning in life. Despite this, the singer concedes that the song is “autobiographical” in nature.

He continued by saying, “It refers to a distant time, between the years 1995 and 2000.”

“I was disoriented most of the time, and all I could think was, “This is such a horrible situation.” Why do I have this impression?

How can I prevent myself from feeling like this? Where exactly am I? Mum, assist me. ‘ For the first 20 years of my life, I had such feelings.”

Williams noted that the primary challenge was dealing with mental illness while working in a business, such as the music industry, that contributes to the development of mental disease in its employees.

“Had I been a carpenter instead of an actor, I would have experienced mental health issues as well; but, working in the construction sector is not nearly as stressful as being in the public eye.”