Sir Tim Rice's daughter still hasn't met her Daddy


    Lyrical lothario Sir Tim Rice won an Oscar for co-writing the song Can You Feel The Love Tonight for Disney’s film The Lion King, but there seems to be no love lost between him and Laura-Jane Foley, the mother of his youngest child, Charlotte, born last month.

    Charlotte Rice, daughter of Tim Rice and Dr Laura-Jane Foley, playing the piano

    Clad in a wine-coloured velvet coat, black boots and blue jeans, accessorised with sunglasses and a gold necklace, playwright Foley, 34, has been spotted pushing her daughter in a £730 Silver Cross pram (far right). She was also carrying a £760 black love heart shaped handbag from Saint Laurent.

    Sir Tim Rice’s and Laura Jane Foley love child that Tim has not visited yet three weeks after being born is being taken for a stroll down the kings Road in London

    But 71-year-old Sir Tim is reportedly yet to meet the four-week-old, although he plans to provide for her financially.

    Given Sir Tim’s fortune of an estimated £150m, baby Charlotte, who was conceived during her parents’ brief dalliance, is unlikely ever to have to sing for her supper.

    71-year-old Sir Tim (pictured) is reportedly yet to meet the four-week-old but plans to provide for her financially

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