Holly Willoughby shares ADORABLE picture of daughter Belle, eight, teaching youngest son Chester, four, to read
This Morning host Holly Willoughby has three children, Harry, 10, Belle, eight, and Chester, four, with her husband Dan Baldwin, with the pair keeping their kids largely out of the spotlight.
However, the latest picture shared by 38 year old Holly on her Instagram shows her daughter Belle, eight, teaching her youngest son, Chester, four, to read.
In the sweet snap, Belle is seen pointing at a phonics book, which Chester is working on with a pencil.
Belle sweetly has her blonde hair plaited and tied up with a yellow bobble, while Chester too has blond hair like his famous mum and appears to be wearing a white shirt.
The proud mum captioned the picture: “My baby teaching my baby”, along with an apple emoji.
Holly’s fans commented under the snap with gushing messages, with one person writing “Aww bless how adorable they are XX.”
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Another said: “So lovely. I have 3 childen and i heart melts when i see my eldest teaching her brothers xx.” [sic]
Others wrote: “Best feeling ever when they share learning” and: “That's Lovely Holly so sweet.” [sic]
Holly’s snap comes after she clashed with Ant Middleton on This Morning over parenting techniques after he told his son not to cry at school.
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The presenter and SAS: Who Dares Wins star didn’t agree after he made comments about his 10-year-old son Gabriel on Giovanna Fletcher’s podcast.
Ant, 38, claimed the UK had become “mentally weak” and that he is training his son to control his emotions and that he needs to have a “stiff upper lip”.
Speaking on This Morning, Ant told Holly and Phillip Schofield: "The other day my son came home from school crying and he said that everyone at school had called him a cry baby. "
"And I said 'Listen son, keep your emotions in and come home and cry on me. Tell me about it. I’ll help you out and tell you what to do'.
"It's important that we do control our emotions, if we went around crying every day and being pampered… It's that resilience that is being docked out of us, it's important we have that bit of resilience.”
Mother-of-three Holly didn’t agree with the remarks, however, as she responded: “The other way of looking at it would be to tell the other children to stop calling him a cry baby, that would almost be a better way of looking at it."
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