Robbie Williams

Singer Robbie Williams will turn 49 on February 13

One of the biggest-selling male artists ever, Robbie was just 16 when he shot to fame with boyband Take That, then later went on to have a record-breaking solo career. Well known for his past party ways and struggles with mental health, Robbie is now happily married to Ayda Field and devoted dad to four kids. He’s currently on a world tour.


Robbie’s first card is The Magician, symbol of setting free true skills and ambitions, instead of maintaining an illusion, however much fun or excitement this creates. Robbie can have a role in a unique mission into space, and even welcome a chance to make a home - temporary or permanent - in a distant, alien-like landscape. He can star in a TV show with a magic theme - or fill in as one half of a well known presenting duo.


Card Two is Justice, symbol of fairness and balance, and the world of law. Yes, this can show Robbie researching legal themes, perhaps as part of a career change, or sparked by personal experience. He can top book charts with a series of Cosy Crime mysteries.

Three of Water

Last card is the Three of Water - known as “The Wedding Card”. Ceremony number two can have three very special, surprise guests.