Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 1 October 2014

Robbie Williams welcomes daughter

Robbie Williams and Ayda Field

Robbie Williams' wife Ayda Field gave birth to their baby girl on Tuesday.

The Take That singer officially announced his and Ayda's new arrival on his website.

Robbie is rumoured to have hired Victoria Beckham's expert birthing assistants at Portland Hospital in London, but that has not been confirmed.

Apparently their tyke was born in perfect health.

"PRAISE BE, IT'S THEODORA ROSE WILLIAMS, AFFECTIONATELY KNOWN AS TEDDY…..BORN 3.33PM ON 18.9.12, 7LBS 4OZ… (sic)" Robbie wrote online.

"BABY, MUMMY AND DADDY ARE ALL ROCKIN....THANK YOU FOR YOUR BEST WISHES XXXX."

Ayda is American, so the couple is still deciding where to raise their child. They agreed for the birth to take place in the UK, where Robbie was born.

"I want the baby to have an English passport, but we're still figuring out where we're gonna live," he revealed to BBC Radio One recently.

Robbie is currently preparing for the release of his new album Take the Crown on November 5.

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