One last night of freedom! Robbie Williams's heavily pregnant wife Ayda Field glams up for the GQ Men Of The Year Awards
23:27 GMT, 4 September 2012
Being heavily pregnant with her first child, Robbie Williams' wife Ayda Field could be forgiven for wanting to put her feet up.
But it looked like the American actress just couldn't resist enjoying one last night of freedom before becoming a first time mother.
The brunette, 33, looked glowing in a black maternity shift dress and heels as she arrived at the GQ Men Of The Year Awards.
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Not long now: Robbie Williams' wife Ayda Field shows off her large baby bump in a black shift maternity dress at the GQ Men Of The Year Awards in London
So excited: Robbie tenderly cradled his wife's baby bump as they posed up together
As the couple arrived at the Royal Albert Hall, a proud Robbie tenderly caressed his wife's large bump.
Robbie was there to collect the Icon Award, but seemed to be more impressed with meeting double gold Olympian Mo Farah.
The duo looked like they were having a good time as they recreated Mo's Mo-Bot for the cameras.
Although Robbie has been living in the U.S. for the past eight years, the couple recently return to Britain ahead of the birth.
Back to black: Robbie opted for a black suit with white shirt, while his wife looked glam in a shift dress and high heels
Ayda jetted to Britain three weeks ago
after her husband hired a private jet, complete with full medical team
on-board just in case.
Robbie, 38, revealed Ayda was expecting back in March and he recently tweeted a picture of his wife showing off her growing baby bump with the caption: 'My two girls!'
The couple, who married in 2010, have decided to have the child in London and Robbie has booked his wife into a top private hospital for the birth.
The star, who grew up in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, has told friends he wants his daughter to be born in the UK and have a British passport.
So near: Ayda is expected to give birth this month in a London hospital
New dad meets father-to-be: Robbie and gold medallist Mo Farah do the Mo-Bot
He is said to be looking for a house, although the couple will stay in London for the time-being.
A source told the Daily Mirror newspaper: 'Robbie has always planned for his baby to be born in Britain, it's really important to him.
'He moved to America to enjoy the lifestyle, anonymity and climate but his heart still belongs in the UK.
'He wants his parents around during their grandchild's early months and can't wait to enjoy a proper family Christmas.'
Meanwhile, also at the GQ Awards was Robbie's Take That bandmate Gary Barlow, who has been grieving the loss of him fourth child, who was stillborn last month.
Back in the limelight: Gary Barlow, who recently lost his baby, received the Outstanding Achievement Award from Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber
And the winners are…
Solo Artist – Tinie Tempah
TV Personality – Damian Lewis
Tanqueray Most Stylish – Dermot O'Leary
Comedian- Sacha Baron Cohen
Entrepreneur – Chris Corbin and Jeremy King
Designers – Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana
Chef – Wolfgang Puck
Writer – Aaron Sorkin
Editor's Special- James Corden
Alfred Dunhill Cultural Icon – Thomas Heatherwick
Lifetime Achievement – Bradley Wiggins
Politician – Boris Johnson
Icon – Robbie Williams
Woman – Lana Del Rey
International Breakthrough – Chris Hemsworth
Outstanding Achievement – Gary Barlow
International Man – John Slattery
Actor – Michael Fassbender
Inspiration- Sir Salman Rushdie
Legend – Sir Tom Jones
Team – Team GB Olympians