Robbie Williams wants his daughter to have good manners.
The 'Candy' singer and wife Ayda Field became parents for the first time on Tuesday (18.09.12) to Theodora Rose and the 38-year-old star hopes he can raise the little girl to be kind and courteous to others.
He admitted on British TV show 'BBC Breakfast': ''All I want her to have is manners, [To say] 'Yes please' and 'thank you', and to be kind.
''Those are the things I want her to be and if she's those things then she can get away with murder for me.''
The Take That star has also admitted he thinks Theodora will develop a ''quirky'' personality because of the influence of her parents and he wouldn't be surprised if she follows in their footsteps.
He told Capital FM: ''I can't help thinking ... her mum's a comedian and actress and her dad is me.
''I just want a really quirky, kind kid. As long as she's kind and has got good manners then we're cool.''
However, Robbie warned he won't be a strict dad because he was so rebellious himself when he was young.
He added: It's going to be really difficult for her to get in trouble though with me. 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.''
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