Robbie Williams and Ayda Field just can't get enough of their new family member Buddy as the pair gushed over the furry pup in a sweet video.
The moment was too cute not to share with the world, so Ayda, 40, filmed Robbie, 46, holding the adorable doggo.
Ayda introduced black and white pup Buddy to her 578k Instagram followers on her Story, writing: "And now there’s also Buddy #FullHouse."
And on Friday, she couldn't help but share the adorable clip of shirtless Robbie playing with the dog as he gave him a gruff voice.
The singer can be heard saying: "Let me tell you all how cuddly he is. He’s so the cuddliest bear ever."
Ayda added: "He just tried to make a run for it! He wants to be with me I think. Buddy!"
And the hilarious moment came soon after, when Robbie gave Buddy a voice, growling "I am Buddy!" while holding up the puppy to the camera.
Sharing the clip with her fans, Ayda wrote: "@robbiewilliams Man and his Buddy #buddies #furbaby #manandhisdog AWxx."
The new addition to the family came after the couple introduced their fourth child last month that they welcomed via surrogate.
Robbie beamed as he cradled his newborn son Beau in a gorgeous video uploaded by his wife.
The doting dad was pictured gazing at little Beau Benedict Enthoven, after the pair announced the surprise arrival of their fourth child via surrogate on Valentine's Day.
Beau was born via the same surrogate who carried their daughter Coco.
The news was shared by Ayda and the unexpected announcement had shocked fans who were left in complete awe.
Just days later, Ayda has shared a heartwarming video of Robbie enjoying some father and son time with their bundle of joy.
Ayda posted to Instagram : " @robbiewilliams A Beau-tiful Moment #fatherandson#babybeau AW xx."
Robbie stared lovingly at his son, before throwing in a wink towards the end of the video.
Dedicated fans were loving the sweet bond, with one writing: "Awww So good to see your beautiful family so happy with baby Beau!"
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