Robbie Williams apologises to Jane Seymour YEARS after he PRETENDED her castle ...

Robbie Williams has admitted in the past that his appearance on MTV Cribs in the early noughties was a tad misleading after he borrowed a castle from actress Jane Seymour and passed it off as his own.

And now the singer, 46, has issued an apology to the Dr Quinn Medicine Woman star, 69, for doing so - 23 years later.

'We didn’t let [Jane] know that I was going to pretend it was my house,' he told a US radio station this week. 'And because I was like 23 and full of spunk, I didn’t even consider other people’s thoughts or feelings.

Better late than never: Robbie Williams has issued a public apology to Jane Seymour 23 YEARS after he borrowed her castle and PRETENDED it was his on MTV Cribs in the 2000s

Better late than never: Robbie Williams has issued a public apology to Jane Seymour 23 YEARS after he borrowed her castle and PRETENDED it was his on MTV Cribs in the 2000s

'So I would like to take this opportunity to apologise to Jane Seymour.'

He added: 'There are so many castles in England!'

On the show - which sees celebrities invite cameras into their lavish homes to show off the fruits of their labour - Robbie acted as if he owned the property - St Catherine's Court in Bath.

He even had waiters serve him so as to give an added feel of luxury and wealth.

St Catherine's Court is situated in the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural , near Bath, in Somerset and was the subject of controversy in 2007 when residents of the picturesque St Catherine's Valley close to the property were left furious about the house, which the former Bond girl Jane Seymour bought in 1984, being granted a 24-hour entertainment licence.

They claimed that the area was being ruined by traffic and late-night parties.

Lord of the manor: On the show - which sees celebrities invite cameras into their lavish homes to show off the fruits of their labour - Robbie acted as if he owned the property - St Catherine's Court in Bath [pictured in 2007]

Lord of the manor: On the show - which sees celebrities invite cameras into their lavish homes to show off the fruits of their labour - Robbie acted as if he owned the property - St Catherine's Court in Bath [pictured in 2007]

He added: 'So I would like to take this opportunity to apologise to Jane Seymour'

He added: 'So I would like to take this opportunity to apologise to Jane Seymour'

He made an appearance on the show at a later date, but his real home featured this time.

He now lives with wife Ayda Field and their four children in London's Holland Park, with the likes of the Beckhams close by. Their home is said to be worth a whopping £17.5 million. 

Robbie and Ayda are parents to seven-year-old Theodora, five-year-old Charlton, 18-month-old Colette, and one-month-old Beau.

Robbie spent three weeks in quarantine due to the coronavirus pandemic and was emotionally reunited with his family on Saturday after 21 days apart at their second home in Los Angeles. 

The singer sweetly embraced daughter Theodora and Charlton in the video after running up the driveway to greet hikm, with

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