Robbie Williams has shared a sweet video of himself with his five-year-old daughter Teddy as he tries to convince her to enjoy his music.
In the clip, which the singer shared with his 1.2m followers on Instagram, Robbie can be seen in front of his laptop with his little girl by his side.
He then plays a video of his hit Rock DJ and encourages her to dance along.
But far from being impressed with her dad’s hit song or wanting to sing along, Teddy asks him in an American accent: “Daddy, can we please play Beyonce?”
Robbie’s wife Ayda Field can then be heard laughing at their daughter’s reaction as she captures the moment from behind the camera.
Robbie also has a three-year-old son with the Loose Women star.
“Kids these days,” Robbie captioned the video, which quickly gained thousands of likes and comments.
“That’s the best, love kids there so real and honest,” wrote one fan.
“Out of the mouths of babies,” said another.
“HAHAHAH not sure if she’s saying she doesn’t like your singing or she just doesn’t want to hear it! @robbiewilliams she just cracked me up!” a third told the star.
Others said they thought Teddy, who could only be seen from behind in a grey T-shirt with her hair in a French plait, was “precious”, “too cute” and “so funny.”
While Teddy might not want to listen to her dad singing, millions around the world do. They will get the opportunity to see him in a unique performance on Thursday, as Robbie announced that he will perform at the World Cup Opening ceremony.
Meanwhile, it’s also been rumoured the former Take That star could be returning to The X Factor as a judge.
Robbie has appeared on the show before at Judges’ Houses and Simon Cowell is said to be keen to bag him for the full series.
An insider told The Sun: “Robbie has always been Simon’s dream signing. Robbie has already appeared on X Factor and Britain’s Got Talent. Now it appears he’s finally going to get his man.
“Over the past 12 months they’ve become close, as have their wives who are also pals.
“There’s a deal on the table and Robbie is keen to do it. The hope is that the deal is days away from being signed and announced.”
Robbie’s name is in the frame after Louis Walsh announced last week that he won’t be returning to the new series.
Meanwhile, Robbie’s Soccer Aid event for Unicef was another success on Sunday.
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The charity football match at Old Trafford, involving former players and celebrities, ended in Robbie’s England team beating Usain Bolt’s Rest Of The World squad at penalties.
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