Singer Robbie Williams said he would love to mentor his five-year-old daughter Teddy if she becomes an entertainer.
The “Candy” singer, who has Teddy and three-year-old Charlton with wife Ayda Field, feels his oldest child would like to follow in her parents’ footsteps and it is something he would like to guide and encourage her with, reported Contactmusic.
“Ted is a performer. She came out of the womb with jazz hands! She should be doing stuff already because she is just naturally inclined to be a performer and I’m happy about that.
“It’s a good job and a nice life and hopefully I can help her avoid the pitfalls I fell down,” Williams said.
The 43-year-old star would also love to have his daughter join him on stage.
“I would love to do it all the time but we’ve chosen to keep the children out of public life. So it’s difficult because the second I do that, it’s an invitation to the world to put their faces in newspaper and right now we’ve got a good thing going because they can’t do that,” he said.