Article by News.com.au
ROBBIE Williams has admitted smoking marijuana while inside Buckingham Palace.
The Angels singer, 42, is thought to have lit up in June 2012 when he performed for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Concert.
He made the revelation while denying rumours he had once been sick there, The Sun reports.
Robbie said: “Threw up in Buckingham Palace? No,” before adding: “I smoked a spliff in Buckingham Palace.”
Robbie, who has daughter Teddy, four, and son Charlie, two, with wife Ayda Field, 37, has always been open about his use of the substance.
In 2013, he admitted he still uses the drug recreationally, despite two trips to rehab.
He said at the time: “The last time I got high was two days ago. No big drug sessions, mind, just a small amount, purely to relax.”
The singer is not the first star to have misbehaved at the palace in Westminster.
John Lennon said The Beatles smoked drugs there before being awarded MBEs in 1965.