Robbie Williams goes to mother and baby classes.

The 'Candy' hitmaker's wife Ayda Field encourages him to take their five-month-old daughter Theodora 'Teddy' Rose to parenting groups to share his experiences as a father.

He said: '' I'm changing the nappies. And I go to mother-and-child classes. You meet other parents there and talk about your experiences. I don't know why I have to go there. But Ayda wants that. You probably earn parents plus points.''

Robbie is a keen soccer fan and annually organises a charity celebrity tournament, Soccer Aid, but Ayda doesn't want him introducing Teddy to his favourite sport - because she wants the little girl to have ''yoga legs''.

Asked if he has been educating Teddy about soccer, he said: ''Her mum doesn't want that. She's afraid that Teddy will get footballer legs like Karl-Heinz Rummenigge. She wants her to walk on yoga legs.''

And the 39-year-old pop star is expecting his little girl to make mistakes throughout her life but he will always support her in whatever she does.

He told German website ''Of course I did a lot that I regret today. I should have kept my house clean. Teddy will make mistakes - and she'll regret them. But we will be there for her''

As well as his pop career, Robbie has a clothing label Farrell, which he says is his current priority, but has vowed never to turn his back on music forever.

Asked if he will follow in the footsteps of Spice Girls singer-turned-fashion designer Victoria Beckham and quit pop, he said: ''The difference is - I can sing! Seriously, at the moment Farrell is my main priority. And in the summer music will be my priority again. I will go on tour and afterwards I'm doing fashion again.''