Robbie Williams has sold more than 70 million records worldwide, but there's one person who isn't such a fan of his singing – his daughter Teddy. Speaking during her stint as a guest panellist on Loose Women on Wednesday, Robbie's wife Ayda Field revealed that three-year-old Teddy had told her dad she would put him in "time out" if he kept singing to her.
Ayda shared some anecdotes about what Robbie was like as a father, telling the panel: "He's really good with the kids - he changes nappies, he goes to 'mummy and me' with me, he does really good daddy stuff.
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Robbie Williams joined his wife Ayda Field at the ITV studios on Thursday
"He does Wheels On The Bus but it was funny though - Teddy said to him yesterday, she said 'Papa if you sing again, I'm going to put you in time out.'"
Ayda also revealed that Robbie is still a big kid at heart, and has only recently been food shopping at the supermarket for the first time.
"If it was up to Rob we'd be eating Nandos and salad cream through morning noon and night. Rob is now 42, for the first time I took him to the supermarket. He is like a 15 year old boy – he's just frozen in 'Take That' time. He literally had no idea.
Ayda is acting as a guest panellist on Loose Women
"He was like 'this is amazing, they've got everything'. I was like 'that's what you do at the supermarket'. It was a revelation to him!"
Robbie didn't seem to mind Ayda sharing so many stories about their home life, and tweeted to say that he was "so proud" of her for her new guest panellist role. He had previously joined her backstage at the ITV entertainment show at the beginning of the month, where Ayda dropped a heavy hint that they could soon welcome a sibling for their children Teddy, three, and Charlton, one.
Speaking about how Robbie serenaded her with Let it Go while live tweeting her second labour, Ayda confessed: "When that was happening we weren't even thinking about what was happening with our second child. Robbie was singing Let It Go and I was letting it go. It was great.
"It was fun! We were having a laugh and it was a good way to pass 17 hours. With my third kid I won't even know it's happening."