Everything changes: Robbie Williams flogs 'prized possessions' for children's charity

Robbie Williams is flogging some of his "prized possession" to raise much needed money for a children's hospice.

The ex-Take That singer is putting 150 personal artefacts, including awards, stage costumes and handwritten lyrics dating back to the early 1990s, up for auction at Bonhams.

Robbie Williams with a multi-platinum award for the album I've Been Expecting You Credit: PA/Bonhams

Items include a set of handwritten lyrics for Let Me Entertain You, estimated to fetch £6,000, and the cream two-piece suit worn by Williams in the music video for Radio (Yours for a cool £7,000).

The auction, to raise money for The Donna Louise Children's Hospice, takes place in July.

Williams, who has also put his MTV video music award for Take That in the auction, said:

It's a privilege for me to be a patron of The Donna Louise Children's Hospice.

Robbie Williams