Robbie Williams’ daughter Teddy sings Angels to him – and adorably gets it wrong

Robbie Williams’ daughter Teddy has been caught on camera singing his hit ballad Angels, but like all good children, got the lyrics slightly wrong and started singing about sweets.

The six-year-old was videoed by her mother Ayda Field sat around their dinner table serenading her father, Robbie, with the hit 1997 song.

But instead of singing ‘a lot of love and affection’, she sang: ‘She offers me protection, a lot of love and confection when it comes to call…. I’m loving angels instead.’

We too would love a lot of love and confection but who knows, maybe Teddy will be appearing on future seasons of The X Factor?

Not that her mum and dad will be there to judge her, as the pair recently quit the ITV show over demands for an increase in their £10 million pay.

Robbie and Ayda left the show after one season and now sources close to the husband and wife team have admitted that although there has been no fall out with Simon Cowell, the decision ultimately came down to finances.

The couple released a joint statement on Instagram to break the news to fans, revealing they would not be returning for the 2019 season.

The upcoming episodes are thought to see the show undergo its biggest overhaul ever, roping in famous faces over the general public in a bid to find the next Bradley Walsh who actually claimed the biggest selling debut album of 2016.

‘Robbie and Ayda were already on a £10million deal and there was no way we were going to be able to increase that sort of money,’ insiders claimed.

Speaking to The Sun, the source added: ‘They haven’t fallen out with Simon – they were all on holiday together recently – but there are business realities at play.’