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Robbie Williams 'wants UK birth for daughter'

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Robbie Williams is said to be putting plans in place to ensure his wife gives birth in the UK.

The Daily Star claims that the former Take That singer has booked Ayda Field into a top London clinic for an elective Caesarean section in September.

Williams met Field when he relocated to LA six years ago. They married in an intimate ceremony in 2010.

Robbie Williams and wife Ayda Field
arrive at the Opera House Manchester to watch the Pantomime 'Pantos on Strike' featuring Robbie's best friend Jonathan Wicks.
Manchester, England - 16.11.10
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"Robbie really wanted his first child to have England as her place of birth on her passport and birth certificate," a source told the paper.

"Even though he lives in America now he's still extremely patriotic and proud to be English. [He] wants that to be passed down to his kids."

Despite the plans, sources say Williams, 38, does not intend to move back to the UK anytime soon.

"There are no plans to relocate back to England full-time," they explained. "At the moment the idea is to stay in London, perhaps until Christmas, before flying back to LA."

Robbie Williams on stage outside Buckingham Palace during the Diamond Jubilee Concert.

© PA Images / David Parker/Daily Mail/PA Wire/

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