Captioned “DADDIES SECOND NAPPY CHANGE… TEDDY’S SECOND DAY ON THE PLANET…” it’s clear to see that the former Take That star is smitten with his new baby girl.
The singer’s wife, Ayda Field, gave birth to their first child last week and the couple announced the new arrival to fans in a blog post titled ‘Praise be, it’s Theodora Rose Williams.’
Over the weekend there was much speculation over the tot’s unusual name. The most popular theories suggest the couple were inspired by the Republican president of the early 20th century, who was also known as Teddy, and that they wanted to reflect her English rose beauty.
According to The Sun, Robbie told a friend that the rumours are nonsense: ‘She’s called Theodora just because me and the wife loved the traditional name. We also wanted to choose a name that could be shortened so we could use the abbreviated name as her middle one – hence Theodora “Teddy”.
‘The Rose part is nothing to do with us viewing her as some future English rose. We just thought she looked like a lovely flower when we first saw her, so Rose it was.’
What do you think of Robbie’s traditional baby name?