Singer Robbie Williams has explained that his latest single, Go Gentle, is about his daughter and his fears for her.

Speaking at a Facebook event in London, he said: "[The track is about being worried she might meet someone like me – and what she should do if she does."

Williams and his wife Ayda Field named their daughter Theodora Rose however they have nicknamed the little one-year-old, Teddy.

The 39-year-old who will release his tenth studio album Swing Both Ways later this month, also spoke about parenthood: "So far so good – it’s been an absolute pleasure to love her and care for her."

He added: "There aren't many great adverts for marriage or parenthood, it always looks so stressful and that’s what I've been scared of. What you don’t realise is how much you’re going to get back."

He seems to be a very busy bunny because in addition to parenting and promoting his new single and album, he has been tweeting about his work for Unicef.