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20 September 2012, 08:13 | Updated: 20 September 2012, 09:23
The 'Candy' singer also reveals that he might find being a disciplinarian difficult after welcoming first child this week.
Robbie Williams has said he hopes that his newborn baby girl Theodora Rose will be "quirky".
The Take That singer's wife Ayda Field gave birth to the couple's first child – affectionately known as Teddy – on Tuesday (18th September).
Speaking to Capital FM, Robbie admitted that with his parents' background it would not be a surprise if she went into showbiz when she's older.
"I can't help thinking…her mum's a comedian and actress and her dad is me," the 'Candy' singer said.
"I just want a really quirky, kind kid. As long as she's kind and has got good manners then we're cool."
The 'Rock DJ' singer and Ayda have received numerous congratulatory messages since announcing the news this week including from Take That band mate Gary Barlow and JLS.
Robbie also added that he felt he might find it difficult in being the disciplinarian in the family.
"It's going to be really difficult for her to get in trouble though with me," he confessed. "My cousin, who I used to get in trouble with when I was about 12 or 13, his kids are now that age and he gives them a right rollicking.
You can listen to Robbie Williams speaking about his new baby girl below:
"I thought I'm not going to be able to do that."
Meanwhile, Robbie is also currently preparing to release his new single 'Candy' which will be available on 29th October with new studio album 'Take The Crown' following on 2nd November.