31 Jan 1985 (36 y/o)
Hi! Thank you for visiting my website. My name is Tamara Williams (née de Paus). I am Dutch and I live with my Welsh husband and our son in Wales, United Kingdom.
I am a Robbie Williams fan since I was 13 years old. I heard No Regrets on TMF - the Dutch equivalent of MTV - and I was immediately hooked. I bought all albums and singles released so far, and ever since. I went through the song books line by line with an English-Dutch dictionary, because I wanted to know the meaning of every song. My teenage bedroom was full of Robbie Williams posters. I collected every little piece of information and every picture I found online, which was much more scarce than nowadays!
I was 16 when I finally was allowed to see him live in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. I arrived early to get a good spot and ended up front row. What an experience! What an entertainment! I forgot everything around me and enjoyed the show to the fullest. I have seen him live over 40 times and that feeling never changed. It's my happy place. In 2019 my dream came true after more than 20 years: I finally got to meet him and he did not disappoint. What an amazing experience!!
I work as an IT Project Manager, and in order to understand and support my software development team(s) better, I wanted to learn at least a little bit of every aspect involved. So I decided to start my own website and learn to design, program and more! I knew I'd lose interest and inspiration soon if I chose a subject that didn't really interest me. So I decided to make one about Robbie Williams: because I have endless inspiration to learn, to say thank you to the man who meant so much throughout my life and to share my knowledge with other fans.
In one of his Instragram live sessions, Robbie asked for one good lyric to type with his typewriter. He chose my suggestion
After 20+ years a dream came true; a meet & greet!
I met Robbie Williams' dad: Pete Conway.
I met one of Robbie's songwriters and producers: Flynn Francis.
I met Robbie's main songwriter: Guy Chambers
Robbie sees my sign and takes a bow to say thank you.
Amazing picture, taken by my husband!
The first time I saw Robbie up close; he walked past the barriers and this was shown on the big screen!
In 2006 I visited Stoke-on-Trent, where Robbie grew up.
My first picture 'with' Robbie.