Robbie Williams had confessed that he feels sorry for Harry Styles that the One Direction star can't experience the same privacy that he did in Take That.
Speaking to The Sun, Robbie said how when he was in Take That he basically did what he wanted, when he wanted but that Harry doesn't have the same luxury.
Rob says: "I feel a bit for Harry, at his age I was in this lilywhite boyband, Take That. But I was meeting up with mates, jumping out of the tour bus and into a Transit van at motorway service stations all around the country."
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However, while Robbie was jumping in vans etc, he reckons that Harry just doesn't have the same opportunity to anonymity.
Robbie says: "It's not a secret anymore but I would get off my face and have complete anonymity. No-one had a camera phone so I could go and enjoy myself properly. Harry is finding out it's not so easy for him."
Robbie then added: "Everybody is a ladies' man or a man's man, whatever your persuasion might be. He's just having a nice time."
We're not quite sure, but judging by the number of girls' Harry is caught out and about with, we can confidently say he's a ladies' man!
However, Robbie admits that maybe he is just a bit jel of Harry: "I see Harry through bitter-getting-old-and-married-and-can't-do-all-of-that-anymore eyes."
He joked: "On the pie chart, the love outweighs the bitterness - but the bitterness is in there too."
And now, as with any good Harry related story — here are a load of pics to gawp at.