In order to begin his XXV Tour Down Under, Robbie Williams has arrived in Australia.
At Sydney Airport, the British pop artist looked happy as he got off a private flight.
The 49-year-old descended the stairs and onto the tarmac, waving to bystanders.
Robbie had a tote bag slung over his arm, and he was casually attired in a grey tracksuit, sunglasses, and a cap.
The tour will begin on November 16 at Sydney’s Allianz Stadium with the British pop sensation next stopping at Mount Cotton in Queensland, Melbourne, Geelong, and Swan Valley in Western Australia.
Although he did a Melbourne appearance for his biography Better Man earlier this year, his most recent official visit of Australia was for his Heavy Entertainment Show World visit in 2018.
It comes after his album XXV, which was released earlier this year and includes reimagined renditions of his best-known songs spanning his 25 years as a solo artist, was released.
In his much awaited Netflix documentary series, the pop sensation opened up about his 25-year career in show business, including his high points and struggles with addiction and mental health. The series debuted on Wednesday.
After David Beckham’s show debuted last month, the four-part series is the most recent celebrity documentary to be made available on the streaming platform.
Critics haven’t been as fond of Robbie’s offering, though; the programme has gotten mixed reviews.
While some praised his “authenticity” and “honesty,” others found its “limited scope” to be unimpressive.
Even still, Robbie has come under fire for not offering a more “rounded” picture of his life that included other people’s viewpoints, even if it was jam-packed with unexpected discoveries.