London: 'Take That' star Robbie Williams says he will be disappointed if his baby daughter, Teddy, isn't a rebel when she gets older.
The 38-year-old 'Candy' singer became a father for the first time last month when wife Ayda gave birth to little Theodora 'Teddy' Rose and he is hoping she follows in his rebellious footsteps, reported Showbizspy.
"I think it's going to be very difficult for her to get into trouble with me. So you bunked off school? Great, well done. Don't get caught next time.
Robbie Williams hope that his daughter follows in his rebellious footsteps.
"I'd be disappointed (if she wants to stay in and do her homework). Mine you, though, my missus was a right swot. Very much of the square variety. She's incredibly smart," Williams said.
Since becoming a father, the singer has been on his best behaviour for the sake of Teddy but he knows it is not going to last forever.
"I've really cleaned up my act for the baby. I've stopped smoking. I was smoking three packs a day. I want to give the baby at least a good year with a responsible parent," he added.
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