Robbie Williams says his daughter Theodora Rose is ''all that matters'' and has been ''contented'' since he heard her say she loves him.
Robbie Williams says his daughter is ''all that matters'' to him now.
The 39-year-old star is father to 14-month-old Theodora Rose - his child with wife Ayda Field - and he admits his heart melted when she told him she loved him for the first time.
He told the Daily Star newspaper: ''I was in the bedroom with Theodora Rose, we play this game where we just look out of the window and wave at people.
''I said, 'I love you,' and baby girl went, 'I wove you.' Ouch.
''That's all that matters now, that has given me the gift of being contented, all I want to do is be her dad and the rest is trivial bulls**t.''
Robbie also revealed he is worried about the little one growing up and meeting someone like him but hopes she will be raised to make ''good choices''.
In an interview with his biographer Chris Health, he said: ''I'm playing around that she might meet somebody like me when she's 16 to 36, whatever - and what she should do, if she does.
''But, I reckon that a young human - and any human - needs love and time and respect, and if we give her love, time and respect, then I believe she's gonna make good choices. That's what I hope anyway, fingers crossed.''
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