Pop stars and footballers top the shortlist for this year’s icelolly.com Celebrity Dad of the Year competition - but who will get your vote?
Peter Andre, dad to Princess Tiaamii Crystal Esther, Junior Savva Andreas, and Amelia. [Photo: Simon Jacobs/LNP/REX]
Gary Barlow, dad to Daniel, Poppy, Daisy, and Emily. [Photo: David Fisher/REX]
David Beckham, dad to Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz, and Harper. [Photo: Broadimage/REX]
Simon Cowell, dad to Eric. [Photo: James Shaw/REX]
Rio Ferdinand, dad to Tia, Lorenz, and Tate. [Photo: Brian J Ritchie/Hotsauce/REX]
Tom Fletcher, dad to Buzz. [Photo: Tom Fletcher/Instagram]
Marvin Humes, dad to Alaia-Mai. [Photo: Ken McKay/ITV/REX]
Dan Osbourne, dad to Teddy and Ella. [Photo: Dan Osbourne/Instagram]
Prince William, dad to Prince George and Princess Charlotte. [Photo: Rupert Hartley/REX_Shutterstock]
Robbie Williams, dad to Theodora Rose and Charlton Valentine. [Photo: James McCauley/REX]
Will your vote go to one of the Take That boys - Robbie or Gary? Or perhaps Rio Ferdinand or David Beckham will get your vote?
Pop stars also feature on the list, with previous Celebrity Dad of the Year winners Peter Andre and Tom Fletcher making the final cut alongside JLS's Marvin Humes.
Ross Matthews, Chief Marketing Officer for icelolly.com, commented: "Mothers get a lot of credit, and rightly so, but let's not forget the role dads play in their children's lives. Celebrity Dad of the Year is our way of celebrating deserving famous fathers. We have some very strong finalists and I suspect it's going to be an incredibly close call!"
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