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12 February 2013, 13:18
The 'Let Me Entertain You' star admits a track he penned for his first child wasn't well received.
Robbie Williams has revealed that he has written a new song about his baby daughter Theodora Rose – but made his child throw up when he sang it to her.
The 'Different' singer told The Sun that he debuted the song to baby Teddy while she was strapped into a sling.
"I sang it to her yesterday. She was in a papoose so she was a captive audience," he confessed. "I think she liked it, then she threw up."
Robbie's last album 'Take The Crown' hit the number one spot and featured the singles 'Candy', 'Different' and latest release 'Be A Boy'.
Meanwhile, the Take That man is preparing to head to the BRIT Awards 2013 next week where he will perform live on the night.
The singer will also be aiming to win his 18th prize after his song 'Candy' was shortlisted for Best British Single with Capital FM.
The BRITs 2013 take place live from London's O2 Arena on 20th February.