Massive congrats Rob and Ayda.So happy for youFrom @GBarlowOfficial on Twitter:
Williams has said that he would prefer his child to grow up in the UK instead of Los Angeles, where the couple currently live.
He described children educated in LA schools as having "a massive sense of entitlement" and that they were "dull and dumb".
– Robbie Williams
"I don't want to educate our baby in LA because I would much prefer her to have English sensibilities.
"I want the baby to have an English passport, we're still figuring out exactly whereabouts the baby is going to be brought up."
Williams and his wife, Ayda Field, a Turkish American actress, have been in a relationship for five years.
It is the first child for the couple who married two years ago.
Robbie Williams and wife Ayda Field have announced the safe arrival of their daughter Theodora Rose WIlliams.
Williams and his US actress wife recently announced that they had chosen a traditional name for their daughter, adding there was going to be "No mad celebrity baby name"
– Robbie Williams
"I do have a sort of celebrity name but it's not Appleesque. It's a very solid, old-school name."
Stoke's Robbie Williams has announced the birth of his baby daughter, Theodora Rose Williams, or Teddy. She was born yesterday afternoon, weighing 7lbs 4oz.
Writing on his blog the Take That star said "Praise be, it's Theodora Rose Williams, affectionately known as Teddy..... Born 3.33pm on 18.9.12, 7Ibs 4OZ."Baby, Mummy and Daddy are all rockin.... Thank you for your best wishes XXXX."
Robbie's rendition of 'Mack The Knife' was the first song heard by The Queen tonight.
She entered the audience just after Tom Jones had performed, and was introduced by Dudley's Lenny Henry.
Robbie Williams was the first act watched by The Queen tonight at the Diamond Jubilee Concert at Buckingham Palace.
She was introduced by fellow Midlander Lenny Henry, just in time to see the Stoke singer perform his second song of the night 'Mack The Knife'.
After kick starting the show with 'Let Me Entertain You', Robbie is currently the only singer to have appeared on stage twice.
Robbie Williams is the first performer to take to the stage in front of Her Majesty The Queen at the Diamond Jubilee Concert.
Performing swing classic, 'Mack The Knife', The Queen took to her seat during his introduction by fellow Midlander Lenny Henry.
The Diamond Jubilee Concert started with a bang, with Robbie Williams performing his hit single 'Let Me Entertain You'.
He was accompanied by a military band during his performance at Buckingham Palace.
Thousands of people have attended the three hour concert tonight which was organised by Williams' Take That band mate Gary Barlow.
The Diamond Jubilee Concert has started infront of crowds at Buckingham Palace.
Robbie Williams from Stoke-On-Trent opened the show with his hit single 'Let me entertain you.'
Prince Philip, however will miss the celebrations taking place at the palace tonight, due to a bladder infection. He is being treated at Edward VII Hospital in central London.
A section of the crowd at Buckingham Palace gathered in the Mall as they wait for the start of the Diamond Jubilee Concert in London.
Stoke-On-Trent's Robbie Williams will be just one of the performers taking part tonight.