The Take That star scored a chart double by also staying at the top of the singles chart with 'Candy'. It is the first time he has topped both charts simultaneously since 2001, where he achieved the feat with 'Somethin' Stupid' and Swing When You're Winning.
Williams has now equalled U2 in terms of most number one albums in the UK, with only The Rolling Stones, Elvis Presley, Madonna and The Beatles ahead of him.
Dutch violinist Andre Rieu lands at two with his Magic of the Movies collection, while JLS settle for third place with their latest LP Evolution.
Calvin Harris drops three from last week's summit to four with 18 Months. The Military Wives enter at five with their second album Stronger Together.
Emeli Sandé falls three with 2012's best-seller so far Our Version of Events to six. Kylie Minogue dips five spots to seven with The Abbey Road Sessions.
Paloma Faith climbs a place to eight with Fall to Grace, with Mumford & Sons dipping two to nine with Babel.
Andrea Bocelli's latest compilation Opera is new at ten, while former BBC Radio 1 DJ Chris Moyles enters at 13 with The Difficult Second Album.
Aerosmith's first album in 11 years Music from Another Dimension! is a new entry at 14. Ne-Yo lands at 17 with R.E.D.. Kristina Train also scores a new entry at 27 with Dark Black.
One Direction, Christina Aguilera, Green Day and Lana Del Rey are expected to be among next week's new entries.
Listen to Robbie Williams's upcoming single 'Different' below:
Source: Official Charts Company
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