Robbie Williams and Ayda Field’s daughter is growing up fast – and it seems that she has inherited her mum’s fabulous sense of style. In a candid Instagram video posted on Ayda’s account, the adorable four-year-old is seen modelling a Lisa Marie Fernandez dress belonging to the Loose Women panellist. The summer-ready design featured pleated ruffles, and looked fabulous on the miniature muse, who is standing outside by a clear blue pool.
Teddy certainly has good taste in clothes
Ayda chose to caption the footage: "Who wore it best?" Fans of the popular couple, who are also parents to two-year-old Charlton, were quick to comment on the cute clip, with one writing: "Dressing up is the best!," while another added: "Teddy is soooo cute. Proud mummy moment."
And Ayda certainly has great taste in clothes. Luxury lifestyle brand Lisa Marie Fernandez has become a firm favourite with an abundance of A-list celebrities – and even members of the royal family. Known for its versatile pieces, the wearable designs have been seen on everyone from Victoria Beckham to Queen Maxima - who have all been spotted out and about in key pieces. Launched in 2009 by then fashion editor Lisa Marie Fernandez, the brand has expanded in a short space of time, and today encompasses luxury swimwear, an array of fashion-forward shirtdresses and skirts, and athleisure pieces.
Teddy sporting a cool backward cap in another recent holiday snap
Ayda and Robbie, along with their two children, are currently enjoying some quality family time together in Tuscany. And while they occasionally share snippets of their family life with their fans on social media, the showbiz couple have made a conscious effort to keep their kids' faces hidden from public view.
Robbie and Ayda have been enjoying a family holiday with their two children in Tuscany
During a previous appearance on Loose Women, the former Take That star opened up about their policy to protect their kids. He said: "We never show their faces, it's really important to us. 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."