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    Robbie veut que son bébé naisse dans sa ville natale à Stoke - 2/04/2012

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    Robbie veut que son bébé naisse dans sa ville natale à Stoke - 2/04/2012

    Message  Mary le Mer 4 Avr 2012 - 4:49

    The 38-year-old singer may be one of the world’s richest stars, living in Beverly Hills luxury, but he remains proud of his Potteries roots.




    He is a lifelong fan of local football club Port Vale.




    He is even its majority shareholder and has a restaurant at the Vale Park ground named in his honour.






    He first tasted fame when he trod the boards as a young performer in Stoke.




    And he has pledged cash to help support Mill Hill Primary and St Margaret Ward RC schools, where he was educated.




    Now the Take That star and his US TV actress wife Ayda Field, 32, are expecting their first child, a girl, in September.




    And loyal Robbie has told pals he wants the tot to be called Roberta and be born in his home city.




    A source, involved in a documentary about him, said: “He has a huge loyalty to Stoke and is so proud of the place.




    “He’d love nothing more than to have his daughter born there. And you can bet your life she will be a Port Vale fan.”




    The singer is very close to his parents Peter and Janet, who are divorced but still live in the area.




    They used to run the Red Lion pub in Burslem, home to Port Vale, one of six towns amalgamated to form Stoke-on-Trent.




    Later, his dad became licensee of Port Vale FC’s social club.




    In 2006, Robbie bought £240,000 of shares in Port Vale, making him its majority shareholder.




    He is also patron of Stoke-based charity the Donna Louise Trust which cares for sick children.




    He often tells how much he misses the city and returns there whenever he’s feeling down.




    The source added: “He still has many friends there. It would be an incredible coup for the city if the couple can make it happen.’’

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