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25 September 2012, 11:00
The 'Candy' star admits he will be making his next jaunt a family outing.
Robbie Williams has confessed that he will be taking his new baby daughter on the road with him when he heads out on a proposed tour next year.
The 'Let Me Entertain You' singer recently welcomed the birth of his first child, Theodora Rose, with wife Ayda and has no hesitations in keeping his family close when he hits the road next.
"It'll be easy to tour with the baby. We travel privately," he told The Sun. "There'll be Mummy, Nanny, baby and me."
Earlier this month, the 'Millennium' star hinted to Capital that he would be heading out on a stadium tour in 2013 as he said his new album 'Take The Crown' was designed to be played in such venues.
In 2011 he joined his Take That bandmates for their reunion tour performing at stadiums across the UK.
The live shows also featured a huge mechanical robot, known affectionately as Om.
Robbie Williams with baby Theodora, known as Teddy, below:
Speaking about the whereabouts of the touring mascot, Robbie admitted he and Mark Owen had to decide who would take the memento home.
"Om's in England, in the garden, but Mark wanted it," he revealed. "I think Mark wanted to give it to the city of Manchester but I thought 'It's not going to Manchester, it'll go to Stoke'.
"I had to beg Mark to let me have Om. It's great having him there."
Robbie recently made a return to solo performing as he took to the stage in Leeds for the first of a series of intimate shows.
Robbie Williams will release new single 'Candy' on 29th October with new album 'Take The Crown' following on 2nd November.