- Ayda is a Turkish-American actress and presenter.
- She’s married to British singer Robbie Williams.
- She has four children.
- She’s rumored to be joining ‘RHOBH’ season 13.
Following Lisa Rinna and Diana Jenkins’ exits from The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, fans are wondering who Bravo will cast as a new diamond-holder. One rumor floating around online claims that Ayda Williams, an actress, TV presenter, and wife of British singer Robbie Williams, will be joining the reality series for season 13. Both Ayda and Bravo have not confirmed if this is true. But fans are very giddy that Ayda, who has major star power, could get into the mix on RHOBH.
Want to know more about Ayda? Here’s everything you need to know about the woman who is rumored to be joining The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
Ayda is married to Robbie Williams.
Ayda has been married to Grammy-nominated musician Robbie Williams, 48, since 2010. The couple tied the knot at Robbie’s home in Mulholland Estates, Beverly Hills. Ayda and Robbie started dating in 2006 after working together on a UFO documentary for BBC Radio 4. Before Ayda, Robbie was in a relationship with Spice Girls singer Melanie C.
She’s a mom.
Ayda and Robbie share four children: sons Charlton, 8, and Beau, 3, and daughters Theodora, 10, and Colette, 4. The couple used a surrogate to welcome Colette and Beau, after Ayda struggled to conceive naturally. Ayda rarely posts footage of her children on social media.
She’s an actress.
Ayda’s first major acting job was in Days Of Our Lives, where she played Angela Moroni from 2000 to 2001. She went on to star in the comedy show Studio 60 on the Sunset Trip and the sitcom Back to You, according to her IMDb. Ayda’s most recent acting role was a three-episode appearance in the British crime show Paranoid.
She was a judge on ‘The X Factor’.
Ayda has also enjoyed success as TV presenter. She was a regular panelist on the British talk show Loose Women, before she became a judge on the 2018 season of The X Factor UK. She replaced Sharon Osbourne on the judges panel, which also featured her husband Robbie, Louis Tomlinson, and Simon Cowell.
She’s half Turkish.
Ayda was born to a Turkish father, Haldun Evecan, and an American mother, Gwen Field. Gwen is a film producer. Ayda’s dad is Muslim and her mom is Jewish. She grew up in Los Angeles.Click to Subscribe to Get Our Free HollywoodLife Daily Newsletter to get the hottest celeb news.