Robbie Williams and Ayda Field shock with rare video of daughter Teddy

The seven-year-old has a strong American accent

Ayda Field shared a number of sweet videos of her children playing in her Los Angeles mansion's spacious garden on Monday. The former X Factor judge and her husband Robbie Williams – who raise Charlton, five, Coco, 21 months, and Beau, three months, together – were making the most of the sunny weather, with the kids running around the lawn and jumping on the trampoline. But it was a video of their daughter Teddy, seven, that really surprised fans – because the little girl has such a strong American accent!

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WATCH: Robbie and Ayda's daughter surprises with her strong accent 

Teddy was heard singing along to Lady Gaga song Paparazzi while performing a sweet dance routine. The youngster, who was clad in a polka dot swimsuit, sounded just like her American mum Ayda – and fans couldn't believe it! Teddy – who famously stole the show at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding – has spent most of her life in the US, despite dad Robbie being raised in Stoke-on-Trent.

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This isn't the first time the youngster has surprised the former Take That singer's fans with her strong US lilt. Robbie previously filmed Teddy watching the music video for one of his greatest hits, Rock DJ. In the clip Teddy seemed less than impressed with her dad's number one hit. "Daddy, can we please play Beyoncé?", she asked, amusing his followers with her strong accent.

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Teddy and Coco played together on a trampoline in the rare video

As well as Robbie and Ayda's LA pad, the couple also own a £17.5million mansion in West London, which used to belong to film director Michael Winner. In 2016, the family moved into the English mansion after three years of renovations. Robbie and Ayda are expected to move permanently to Britain in the future – before Teddy was born, Robbie explained that he wanted his daughter to be educated in the UK.

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