And Robbie Williams ensured he relaxed on Saturday as he stripped down to his pants and a jumper for a hilarious snap.
The singer, 45, showed off his toned physique in the snap, which was shared by his wife Ayda Field, and bizarrely held a packet of crisps upside down.
Robbie completed his laid-back ensemble with a pair of black trainers and left his brunette locks into a relaxed hairdo.
Never one to ditch his accessories, the Angels singer donned two gold necklaces - one featuring a cross - around his neck.
As he posed with the crisps, Robbie pulled a hilarious face and held one of his arms behind him while bending his knees.
The snap comes after Robbie was seen preparing his house for Halloween by putting up decorations such as a spooky witch, a giant tarantula and skeleton on the front.
Workers were also seen bringing in a whole plastic bag full of orange, black and gold balloons to further add to the terrifying feel on Wednesday.
It comes after Robbie's wife Ayda revealed she would like 'one more' baby as a 'teammate' for her youngest child.
The actress, 40, has daughter Teddy, seven, son Charlie, five, and baby girl Coco, 14 months, with Robbie and said motherhood is by far her 'greatest pleasure' in life.
Speaking on Loose Women, Ayda joked that while she would like to expand her family further, Robbie would 'commit her and run away with Gary Barlow into the sunset' if they have more than four children.
Asked if she's planning another baby, she said: 'I'd like to, [but] you never know whats going to happen in the world, will it work, will it not, where we are in our life.
'I'd like one more, but after that I think Rob would commit me somewhere and run away with Gary Barlow into the sunset. Being a mum is my greatest pleasure.'
Ayda said it would be good for Coco - who was born via a surrogate - to have a 'teammate' close in age because her siblings are so much older.
She explained: 'The difference is because Teddy and Charlie were so close in age, they didn't dote on each other, they were more jealous.
'Whereas with Coco they want to feed her and play with her and show her things, she’s a living doll for them.
'Sometimes I have to remind them she's my child and I'm in charge, but they're the best siblings. I think Coco will want a teammate to rally against her brother and sister, but they're such an amazing unit.'
Ayda also discussed her battle with guilt as a working mother, and said that she doesn't think Robbie feels the same guilt when he's working away.
She said: 'When he's on the plane he feels a sense of duty, whereas with me I feel like, "Why am I doing this? I'm so selfish".