Pop star Robbie Williams has kept private in recent years, as he seemed to have retreated from the limelight when he settled down with wife Ayda.
So when fans get a glimpse into his family life it understandably sends them into a frenzy.
Robbie married American actress Ayda Field in 2010 and the pair have a son and a daughter together.
Their daughter Teddy, full name Theodora Rose, turned five yesterday and Ayda posted an adorable snap of the little one on her Instagram.
The photo showed Teddy facing out to sea holding a plate with bits of cake on it, and her hair was in pigtails. So cute!
Ayda captioned the image: “All my little Teddy wanted for her birthday is some cake by the ocean. 5 yrs ago today she blessed me with the greatest gift…Being her mommy.
“I am grateful for her and the journey we share every single day #happybirthday #teddylove #mygreatestblessing.”
Unsurprisingly hoards of fans sent their birthday messages to the beautiful little girl, as over 61,000 have already seen the picture.
One fan commented: “Happy Birthday Teddy !!! sending you all lots of love.”
Another said: “Happy Bday, Teddy!!! Hope you have the best day ever.”
A third said: “A small drop of Rob and Ayda, I wish you a happy childhood and an ocean of love!!!”
Ayda and Robbie also have a son who is two years old, called Charlton Valentine. A cool name right?
Hopefully Robbie is feeling better now, after a mystery illness led to him having to recently cancel the remaining dates of his European tour.
Two weeks ago he announced that he had scrapped shows in St Petersburg and Moscow and had pulled out of the New Wave event in Sochi.
The tour had already been a massive hit and was watched by an astonishing 1.1 million fans.
But for some reason, Robbie was unable to carry on touring.
His publicist released a statement reading: “Due to illness the final two dates of the European leg of the Heavy Entertainment Show Tour, St Petersburg and Moscow, have been cancelled.
“Robbie Williams will also not be appearing at The New Wave event in Sochi.”
The news came just days after he revealed in a magazine that being a pop star and all that came with it wasn’t good for his health.
In his warts-and-all chat, he revealed that he has never found it easy being in the spotlight or even performing.
“This job is really bad for my health,” he told the Sunday Times magazine.
“It’s going to kill me. Unless I view it in a different way!”
He went on to say that the attention he receives form being famous doesn’t sit well with him mentally.
“[Depression] sprints though my family.
“I don’t know if I’d be this mentally ill without fame.
“I don’t think it would be as gross or as powerful if it hadn’t have been for the fame.”