Robbie Williams tattoos, ranked by fans of the sexy star and of body art. Robbie Williams is a British singer and songwriter best known for being a member of pop group Take That. The popular U.K. boy band released several No. 1 singles including the hit ballad "Back For Good." Williams left the group in 1995 to launch a successful solo career in England and all over the world. Robbie's best selling tracks include "Angels," "Millennium" and "Rock DJ." Robbie reunited with Take That in 2009 and joined the group's sold out tour.
Robbie Williams's tats honor the people in his life that are most important to him and remind him of how far he's come in the entertainment industry. Williams has at least 17 tattoos, each with a special meaning or memory. Robbie Williams body art includes special tributes to his mother, his grandfather and his daughter. There are also religious symbols inked on his body as well as two swallows on the singer's stomach.Similar to other stars that have tattoos, such as Justin Timberlake Body Art or Victoria Beckham Inked, Robbie Williams has made headlines several times as he has added a new tattoo to his collection. He is one of the hottest tattooed celebrities and famous people with tattoos.
Robbie Williams's Maori tribal tattoo is a partial sleeve from his shoulder to halfway down his bicep. It's a series of delicately rounded waves and is a Maori prayer of protection.
Robbie dedicated his two wrist tattoos to his grandfather Jack Farrell. His first and last name are inked on each wrist, both adorned with a heart.
On his upper right thigh by his hip is a Celtic cross meant for protection because, like Robbie says in an interview, "he's got the devil inside him."
Beatles Notes and Lyrics Tattoo
The notes and lyrics tattooed on his lower back is the famous Beatles song "All You Need Is Love."