Robbie Williams and wife Ayda Field keep their kids' faces hidden from public view - but speaking during an appearance on his wife's TV show Loose Women, the former Take That star admitted he was considering changing his policy in a bid to follow David and Victoria Beckham's lead.
"We never show their faces, it's really important to us," Robbie, 42, said of his and Ayda's social media decision. "We're really proud and we want to share absolutely everything but there's a law in this country that they can't put pictures up of kids in the papers unless you're posting their faces."
"We never show their faces, it's really important to us," said Robbie
When asked whether the time will come when keeping his children's faces covered becomes too difficult, the signer admitted it was approaching.
"I'm sort of getting to that place. There's lots of times when I'm going to work and I'd like them to come with me, and they can't. So we're always rethinking," he said.
Little Teddy is four-years-old
"You look at the Beckhams and they do it so well, they look after their kids so well and their kids are going into this world now where they're well versed in what it is and who it is, and how it is. We think maybe we should do it like that. We're not sort of definite about it, we're just mummies and daddies and we're figuring it out."
Robbie and Ayda's two-year-old son Charlie
Later in the show, a video featuring Robbie's daughter Teddy, four, was shown (her back to the camera, of course), singing her dad's latest song, I Love My Life.
With a tear in his eye the proud dad couldn't help but gush. "I wrote that song for Charlie and Teddy and she started to sing that by herself," he marvelled.