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Friday 25 July 2014

Williams' baby dances to his songs

Robbie Williams says baby daughter Teddy is a born performer

Robbie Williams reckons his baby daughter is a natural born performer, as she has already started dancing to his songs.

The ex-Take That star's first child Teddy is just 10-months-old and loves dancing to the choruses of his hits, he told The Sun.

Candy singer Robbie said: "She dances. I have a new song as a demo version and when she hears the chorus come on she immediately puts her hands up. She's a dancer."

The proud dad also revealed Teddy had been living the rock star lifestyle by travelling on his private jet.

He said: "She accompanies us all the time with our two dogs. She is only 10-months old but changes planes, cars and even time zones. I think she has fun."

Robbie admitted that even after 23 years he's still not a big fan of his own stage persona.

He said: "I actually think, 'What an ass'. I invent on the spot. I'm something like the main scriptwriter of the Robbie Williams story. And I'm not very clever."

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