They enjoyed a fun-filled Christmas with their four children.
And Robbie Williams appeared to be in good spirits as he recovered from all the excitement with a relaxing early morning hike in St Barts on Tuesday.
The musician, 46, and his wife Ayda Field, 41, were seen cutting casual figures as they stepped out on the island.
Getting some winter sun? Robbie Williams appeared to be in good spirits as he enjoyed a relaxing early morning hike in St Barts on Tuesday
Robbie looked laid-back in a white polo shirt and green shorts, which he paired with some trainers and a flat cap.
The star walked along the road alone while his wife was seen chatting with a pal as she enjoyed the hike.
Ayda also kept things casual for the morning walk and showcased her svelte figure in a black tank top and leggings as well as a white cap.
It is not clear when Robbie and Ayda flew to St Barts, or from where as the duo have homes in LA and London.
Making the most of the day: Ayda, 41, also kept things relaxed in leggings and
However it is thought that they spent some of December at their London home, with Robbie performing on the Strictly Come Dancing final on December 18.
During the month, Robbie also appeared on British TV show Jonathan Ross and Ayda was seen on Loose Women as she called in via video by her Christmas tree.
The mother-of-four has also shared several snaps from their festive celebrations to Instagram, including one post on Saturday showing doting dad Robbie singing on their daughter Teddy’s new microphone.
Other snaps from December, and before London was put under Tier 4, show Ayda by a tree decorated with pink feathers with one of hashtag appearing to refer to the UK’s system of restrictions and reading ‘tier2tree’.
MailOnline has contacted Robbie’s representative for a comment.
Not just for the kids! Ayda shared a funny clip of Robbie playing with their daughter Teddy’s new microphone Christmas present to Instagram (pictured on Saturday)
Making the most of it: The mother-of-four also shared a glimpse of her Christmas decorations as she posed infront of a tree and used the hashtag Tier2 (pictured on December 12)
On December 20, London and surrounding areas were plunged into Tier 4, which saw travel abroad for leisure ‘not permitted’, with exceptions only allowed for reasons such as work, education and childcare.
It comes after Robbie reportedly earned £19.8 million in 2019, despite the fact he and Ayda left their lucrative role at The X Factor.
According to reports from The Sun, updated financial records at Companies House showed the singer, 46, had brought in £54,000 a day from his shows over the course of the year.
His firm You’re Not Famous is said to have declared the money comes from ‘goods and services net of VAT in relation to the live performances of the artist known as Robbie Williams.’
Robbie’s firm reportedly claimed the singer’s sales saw him earn £5.1 million in the UK and £14.7 million in Europe, and in cities across the globe.
After expenses were taken into account for the year, Robbie allegedly had an £8.9 million profit in total.
In 2019 Robbie enjoyed a busy year of shows, including hosting a Christmas Party at Wembley Arena and headlining BST festival in Hyde Park.
MailOnline has contacted Robbie’s representatives for comment at the time.
Robbie and Ayda revealed in April 2019 that they had quit The X Factor after just one year on the judging panel, despite their £10 million pay packets.
Adorable: The loved-up couple, who married in 2010, share two daughters – Theodora, eight, and Colette, two – and a son Charlton, six. They welcomed a second son Beau earlier this year
The couple took to Instagram to share the announcement at the time, and wrote: ‘A quick update from Team Williams… it’s been a very busy year so far and Vegas has been incredible – we cannot wait for June and July to do it all again…
‘We’ve got some very big announcements coming soon – but we can’t reveal all yet’.
‘Sadly as it’s impossible to do everything, we’re gutted to tell you we won’t be able to return to The X Factor this year.
‘We will be working on projects with Simon going forward – and as huge fans of the show, we will still be tuning into The X Factor, voting and winding Simon up!’
Impressive! It comes after Robbie reportedly earned £19.8 million in 2019, despite the fact he and Ayda left their lucrative role at The X Factor (pictured on the show in 2018)