Robbie Williams' baby daughter Theodora 'Teddy' Rose was sick on him when he sang her his emotional new song.
Robbie Williams' daughter threw up on him when she heard his new song.
The 'Candy' hitmaker penned a heartfelt track for his six-month-old tot Theodora 'Teddy' Rose called 'Go Gentle', but his daughter seemed less than impressed when he serenaded her with it for the first time - and promptly projectile vomited on him.
Robbie told The Daily Mirror newspaper: ''I wrote her a song called 'Go Gentle'.
''And I had a really lovely moment walking around the estate where we live, with the baby, and I sang this very, very sincere song ... and she threw up on me.
''And I don't know if that is bay for, 'That is amazing, dad', or 'I have just thrown up because you make me nauseous'.
''I am choosing to think it is the first.''
Robbie has also joked he plans to have live sex on stage during his 'Take The Crown' tour - which will be supported by Olly Murs - and promised fans copious amounts of nudity during his Amsterdam gig in July.
He told The Sun newspaper: ''I plan to do a lot of live sex on stage and I am practising by having a lot of un-live sex, but it didn't work out very well.''