This morning star Holly Willoughby rarely posted snapshots of his three children (Harry, 11, Belle, and Chester, 6), but recently shared a peek while reading one book.
A 39-year-old blonde beauty, busy with home schooling and This Morning work and as a host for Dancing On Ice, peeked into the youngest son Chester.
After leaving fans in pink gowns at Dancing on Ice on Sunday, the star shared a snapshot with 7 million followers through her Instagram account.
Receive exclusive celebrity stories and stunning photo shoots right in your inbox. OK!’s daily newsletter. You can sign up at the top of the page.
“Eat, sleep, read, repeat…” Holly wrote and wrote a book emoji, and in the photo she took a selfie with a baby sitting on her lap.
The star wore a baggy beige jumper and Chester looked into the book, seemingly engrossed.
Regarding the Holly Homeschooling photos, one fan wrote “sounds friendly” and the other added “it’s the same as us.”
Holly’s popular post comes after a star “struggles” with “fear” while homeschooling kids, seeking advice.
The presenter said he was concerned about the time spent in front of the screen when his three children were homeschooling in a state of lockdown.
Holly spoke to Principal Christine Cunniffe via a video link on the This Morning show on Monday, January 18th.
“May I ask on behalf of a struggling working mother and parents of three children,” she asked.
Then Holly explained that he was worried about the screen time his child was learning at home through his computer.
Mum-of-three Holly asked: “My big fear is that I’m going to work really hard not to put it in front of the screen.
“I’m learning online in front of the screen with my three kids, and then I want to talk to my friends on the screen and play games. Displayed on the screen.
“I suddenly think,’Are you giving up on throwing it out of the window and blocking the passage of time on the screen?’
Christine, who works at LVS Ascot, reassured the TV star: “There is only a lot you can do and that’s what kids need to socialize with their friends.
“Just talk about screen usage time and try to do something else.
“Balancing, getting the right time, talking and encouraging each other.”