Ayda Field and wild-haired husband Robbie Williams document having their first dose of the coronavirus vaccine in LA
Doting mother Ayda, 41, documented her and her 47-year-old husband Robbie's trip to UCLA's vaccination centre, sharing a series of photos of their clinic visit on Instagram, including a photo of Robbie waiting in line for his injection.
Ayda was also seen wearing a face mask and baseball cap while waiting to be called up for her jab.
Posting a clip of herself and Robbie driving to the clinic, the Loose Women presenter asked her spouse: 'What's happening?' to which he replied: 'We're about to get vaccinated.'
The mother-of-four even shared a snap of the needle alongside a cotton wool ball, and proudly showed off a signed form that confirmed she had been vaccinated.
She branded her posts with Instagram's 'let's get vaccinated' sticker in a bid to encourage her followers to follow suit.
While Ayda did not specify which vaccine she and Robbie had received, UCLA offers both the Pfizer and Moderna vaccine.
The hospital said this week it has ceased administration of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine after six women reported developing blood clots within two weeks of having the vaccine.
Robbie and Ayda share Theodora, eight, Charlton, six, Colette, two, and one-year-old Beau.
In February, Ayda revealed her mother Gwen had received her second coronavirus vaccine, a year on from her cervical cancer diagnosis.
Taking to Instagram, she shared a screengrab of their video call and wrote: 'My Mom Skyping me to tell me she just received her second vaccination'.
In May, Ayda revealed her mother had been diagnosed with stage two cervical cancer, as well as battling Lupus and Parkinson's Disease, leading to widespread concern that she would contract COVID.
Elsewhere, Robbie teased at the idea of rejoining Take That for a third time as he revealed he and former bandmate Gary Barlow, 50, have written a secret set of songs together.
The Rock DJ hitmaker was a member of the boyband from 1990 until 1995 when he famously quit.
He later rejoined the group in 2010 for their sixth studio album Progress, but left again to focus on his highly successful solo career.
While speaking to Gary on the Meerkat Music radio show, Robbie told him: 'I love writing with you and we are going to do more and more of that.
'What people don't know… we have written quite a few songs recently. Some things that I am really proud of.'