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Robbie Williams explains how Cameron Diaz ‘saved’ his marriage to wife Ayda Field

It seems Cameron Diaz played cupid in Robbie Williams and Ayda Field’s relationship! During an appearance on Wednesday’s Lorraine, the British singer revealed how the Hollywood actress made him realise that Ayda was the women for him. “I split up with Ayda three times,” he told chat show host Lorraine Kelly. “The third time I was out one evening and I was with Drew Barrymore and Cameron Diaz and I was talking about this girl was just split up with. And Cameron said, ‘Sounds like it’s not over.'”

Elaborating further, he explained: “In that instant, something clicked, it was like Sliding Doors and I thought we should get married. So I got in a car and went to her door and that’s the moment I committed to her.” In August, Robbie and Ayda celebrated their seventh wedding anniversary. The couple tied the knot at the singer’s Los Angeles home in August 2010, in a wedding exclusively covered by HELLO! magazine. Last year, Ayda opened up about Cameron’s involvement in the couple’s relationship following a huge argument. “A few months into our relationship, we had a break-up. Well we had a couple of break-ups actually,” the presenter revealed on Loose Women. “He went to the Chateau Marmont and got talking to Cameron Diaz. While they were talking, she said to him, ‘You obviously still love your girlfriend, you need to go home to her.’ And he did. I always have a special place for her in my heart now.”

Robbie and Ayda are the proud parents to five-year-old daughter Teddy, and three-year-old son Charlton. At the time of their wedding, Robbie gushed about his new wife in HELLO!: “Ayda looked like the most beautiful girl in the world. The setting was so magical, and to be surrounded by family and close friends and then see Ayda appear looking so radiant was almost too much for me to take… I’m the happiest man alive.” He added: “She makes me want to be a better person. And in the process, I have become a better person.”

Alan Carr: Chatty Man Show High-Def Screencaptures Added

Back last year Cameron went on the Alan Carr: Chatty Man Show to promote her movie The Other Woman and I’ve finally added high-definition screencaptures to the gallery. You can view the video below:

Television Appearances > Talk Shows – 2010s > Alan Carr Chatty Man (April 18, 2015) x426

Cameron Visits The Tonight Show!

Cameron visited ‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’ at Rockefeller Center on July 15, 2014 in New York City. I’ve added to the gallery 15 images from this appearance AND below you can find 2 videos of Cameron on the show!

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New Clip From “The Counselor” – Kitty Cat

A new clip from The Counselor featuring Cameron and Javier Bardem has been released. Take a look below:

Big video archive update

Today I have added over 30 new video clips of Cameron Diaz to our ever-growing archive! The videos range from talk shows to award shows and movie-related clips to Cami’s work with TAG Heuer. Be sure to visit the Most Recent Videos-tab to browse all the new material. Enjoy!


Cameron reacts to the US Presidential Election

As mentioned in the previous post, Cameron’s in England to promote her upcoming comedy Gambit. While talking to the press with co-star Colin Firth this morning she expressed her joy to see President Obama getting re-elected yesterday. A video can be seen by clicking on the screencapture below. Also, the world premiere event for Gambit has officially started in London, pictures will come soon!

Full-length international trailer for ‘Gambit’

Thanks to MSN Movies UK, we now have the full-length international trailer for Gambit! Based on the 1966 British caper comedy which starred Michael Caine and Shirley MacLaine, Gambit centers on Harry Deane (Colin Firth), a London art curator who enlists a Texas Rodeo Queen (Cameron Diaz) in a scheme to con the richest man in England. The movie was written by the Coen Brothers and directed by Michael Hoffman. Check out the trailer in our video archive and the screencaptures in the photo gallery by clicking on the previews below, respectively.

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