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"Proud dad": Anthony Field's daughter sends fans into a frenzy as she joins The Wiggles on stage

So cute!

By Alana Mazzoni
The Wiggles have sent fans into a frenzy after Blue Wiggle Anthony Field's daughter joined them on stage in Bendigo for a concert.
During a show in the country Victoria town, Anthony's eldest daughter Lucia, 18, played the drums and danced for the audience.
Anthony, the band's longest-remaining star, shared photos to his Instagram where he praised Lucia for her involvement.
Anthony's 18-year-old daughter Lucia made her stage debut. (Image: Instagram)
"Beautiful day in Bendigo, 4 sensational shows and welcome to our Wiggly World Lucia! #thewiggles #prouddad," he penned.
While on stage, Lucia played the drums and pirouetted on stage, impressing the audience with her dancing skills.
Wiggles fans flooded Anthony's comments to congratulate Lucia on her epic performance.
"Yay Lucia, you're amazing," one wrote, while another commented, "This warms my heart so much 💙 💙 Lovely Lucia & Dad."
Anthony and Lucia at her school formal last year. (Image: Instagram)
"Couldn't think of a better person to carry on the blue skiivy! What a proud Dad you must be 💙💙💙💙," said another, hinting Lucia could become a permanent member of The Wiggles if Anthony retires.
In addition to Lucia, Anthony is also a father to daughter Marie, 16, and son Antonio, 15, whom he shares with his wife Michaela Patisteas.
In December 2021, Anthony took to Instagram to proudly congratulate Lucia for graduating high school.
"Lucia graduated!!!!" he captioned a sweet photo of them together at her formal.
In November last year, the father-of-three opened up about his mental health struggles, revealing he's suffered from suicidal thoughts.
"My struggles with depression and other mental health issues are only a bad day or bad week away unless I monitor how I'm feeling and reach out and talk to close friends or medical professionals when I feel myself spiralling down," he candidly said in a campaign for Movember.
"It's so important that men talk about their health, as we have a tendency to bottle things up. I've had personal experiences of mental health challenges and have seen the impact it can have when people don't seek help."
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