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Emma Willis shares photo of hubby Matt Willis baking in a pinny!

Emmy Griffiths

Matt Willis is definitely in the Christmas spirit – so much so that he was caught in the middle of baking mince pies by his wife, Emma Willis!

The TV presenter shared a snap of her husband concentrating on his recipe while dressed in a black T-shirt covered by a pink cooking apron. She captioned the photo: "Just the way I like him... Baking mince pies, in a pink pinny... @mattjwillis #boysthatbakeareawesome." Fans were quick on comment on the sweet snap, with one writing: "Loving the pink pinny @mattjwillis well done Sir, great pic @emmawillisofficial." Another added: "I love a man that can bake and cook. That's one of the reasons why I married my hubby."

Just the way I like him... Baking mince pies, in a pink pinny... 😛 @mattjwillis #boysthatbakeareawesome
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The couple have had a wonderful year together after announcing the arrival of their third child, a baby girl named Trixie Grace, back in May. At the time, The Voice presenter revealed that their daughter was born on Wednesday 4 May – also known as Star Wars Day – by tweeting: "Thank you so much for all your lovely messages. Trixie arrived in the world on Wednesday. May the 4th be with her indeed!" Matt added: "What an amazing day! 33 today and was sat at home in the sun with my wife and 3 kids! Perfect! Welcome to earth Trixie Grace."

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Matt and Emma welcomed their third child earlier this year

Emma recently opened up about her body goals after giving birth, telling HELLO! Online: "I had a goal. This was happening and I wanted to look my best for it but I've never been one to jump into fitness straight after having a baby. I always say if you grow it for nine months it should take that time at least to go back to normal… "I smashed it for six weeks. I worked full on and I've never really done that before. I've always dipped in and out and stayed active, but I properly had a schedule, and a routine, and it worked!"

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