Robbie Williams and Ayda Field are the proud parents of two beautiful children, and have been spending some quality family time together in Tuscany this week. Their eldest, four-year-old Teddy, in particular seems to be having a wonderful time, and her doting mum proudly shared a new photo of the little girl on social media . In the sweet snap, the little girl is captured standing outside sporting a pretty floral summer dress and a cool backwards cap, while clutching onto her very own namesake - a teddy bear!
Ayda Field posted a photo of Teddy with her teddy bear in sunny Tuscany
Captioning the image, Ayda wrote besides the image: "@robbiewilliams Tuscan Princess @robbiewilliamsTuscan Princess #fridaymorning#kidsfashion #underthetuscansun#teddytime AWxx." Fans of the famous couple were quick to comment on the image, with one writing: "Aww little cutie," while another one quipped: "Beautiful picture of Teddy." Ayda's fellow Loose Women presenter, Linda Robson, simply wrote: "Adorable."
And despite her young years, it appears that Teddy is already a dab hand at taking photos. Last month, Ayda uploaded a hilarious picture the little girl had taken of her mother, Gwen Field. The close-up shot was captioned: "@robbiewilliams Teddy's just taken the best picture of Nana Gwen. Dating profile pic? #instafunny #kidsphotography #wcw AWxx."
Teddy took a hilarious photograph of Ayda's mum, Gwen
Ayda shares Teddy, full name Theodora Rose, and two-year-old Charlton Valentine with husband Robbie. The couple often take to their respective pages to share pictures of their family life. The mother-of-two recently enjoyed spending some quality time with her eldest child. The duo were captured on camera horse riding in the warm weather in the countryside, which she hashtagged #mummyteddytime.
Ayda Field and Robbie Williams are the proud parents of four-year-old Teddy and Charlton, two
Both Robbie and Ayda have made a conscious effort to keep their kids' faces hidden from public view. 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."