Robbie Williams, who has four children with his wife Ayda Field, said the pandemic has allowed him to spend "beautiful" time with his family.
Speaking on The Jonathan Ross Show the Millennium singer said that lockdown allowed his family to "get all of me, all the time".
"Covid has been awful, but for being a dad and having structure and being with them every day, it’s been beautiful."
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Williams also revealed that his wife Ayda Field came up with the title for his festive single Can’t Stop Christmas, and that told him not to be "lazy" before he wrote the song.
"She said, 'There’s never been a more weird time on the planet, why don’t you write a song about what’s going on?’
"She said, ‘Call it, Can’t Stop Christmas’. So off I trotted in August and got into a Christmas state of mind.
"You just believe it and you become it. You can access Christmas at any time. I genuinely love Christmas. I did when I was a kid."
The Jonathan Ross Show airs on Monday, 10pm on Virgin Media One.