Robbie Williams has revealed his seven-month-old daughter Theodora Rose is a ''tough audience''.
Robbie Williams' daughter doesn't find him funny.
The 39-year-old singer and wife Ayda Field welcomed their first child, daughter Theodora Rose - also affectionately known as Teddy - seven months ago and while Robbie is smitten with the tot, he admitted the feeling isn't always mutual.
According to the Daily Star newspaper, he said: ''She's not interested in peek-aboo. She's a tough audience these days.
''I think it's because her teeth are coming through, or she just thinks I'm not funny - but that's showbiz.
''I need to slip her a pint I think...''
Robbie recently wrote a song called 'Go Gentle' for Teddy but she wasn't too impressed by her dad's singing - as she vomited on him.
He said: ''I wrote her a song called 'Go Gentle'. 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. I don't know if that is baby for, 'That is amazing, dad', or 'I have just thrown up because you make me nauseous.' ''