Ayda Area is “a bit scared” to exit following the COVID-19 pandemic.

The 43-year-old actress – who has Teddy, 9, Charlie, seven, Coco, three, and Beau, two, together with her husband Robbie Williams – has spent so lengthy together with her quick household throughout the international well being disaster, she will get “panicked” within the crowd.

Talking on her ‘Postcards from the Edge’ podcast, she stated: “Going out is even scarier for me now. I nonetheless have not discovered being in a crowd of individuals.

“I went to a flea market a couple of months in the past and it was so crowded, and it completely freaked me out…

“I believe a part of what occurred to us at house is that we took away a few of these unstable moments the place we sort of simply hovered in an space to lock in and be secure.”

Nonetheless, Ayda does her greatest to beat her fears and begin residing her life as earlier than.

She stated: “And now we sort of should reunite and it is attention-grabbing as a result of I all the time really feel like I am crawling out of that space, I am all the time sort of scared to go on the market on the planet like I used to.

“I missed a few of my restlessness. I sort of attempt to awaken that sense once more as a result of I am nonetheless in a secure zone. I do know it is necessary to get out as a result of you then really feel in some way alive. Feeling like part of the world.”

The previous ‘Free Ladies’ star admitted that the pandemic has brought on her and her husband to re-evaluate their priorities and that they plan to be extra selective of their work.

She stated: “I believe Rob and I’ve determined that working much less and being extra collectively is basically, not working much less like not getting much less completed, however simply selecting the stuff you do, being conscious of what you do, as a result of realizing that the time we spend collectively is extremely valuable.

“I believe we are able to each run away with the work and sort of play these future motion pictures, sort of get away from our current and sort of stick with it and we do that after which we do that.

“After which earlier than it, you’ve got sort of gone three years and you’ve got missed that interval and you are like, ‘What was that for?

“I believe there’s positively one thing that we got here away with that happiness that has its personal value in that nobody can take our happiness away from us. There is no work, there’s nothing that we need to accomplish that’s price taking away our happiness.

“And we realized how a lot being collectively as a household and spending extra time collectively made us so glad. So maintain that in thoughts going ahead.”

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