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Jamie Oliver's son Buddy gets the most insane big boys bed ever!

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Emmy Griffiths
Emmy GriffithsTV & Film Editor
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Jools Oliver has shared a photo of her six-year-old son Buddy's first 'big bed' and it is seriously impressive!

The photo shows Jamie and Jools's eldest son smiling at the camera while snuggled in his new bed, which looks like a treehouse. Stairs lead up to the house, which is decorated with superhero masks and bat symbols as well as fairy lights. Jools captioned the sweet snap: "From his little cot bed to his first 'big boy bed'! Think he likes it @nubie_kids your beds are amazing." Nubie Kids then regrammed the photo, writing: "Our Tree House bed, now making it even harder to get up in the mornings! Thanks @joolsoliver!" Fans were quick to discuss the bed, with one writing: "What an amazing bed! Lucky Buddy." Another added: "I'd actually love this for myself!"

buddy© Photo: Instagram

Jools regularly share photos of her five children, Poppy, 14, Daisy, 13, Petal, seven, Buddy, six, and five-month-old River on social media, and has been sharing adorable snaps of her baby son with his oldest siblings since his arrival in August. Last week, Jools shared a photo of little River reading a book with one of his big sisters, writing: "So sweet." She also shared a photo of River laughing while cuddled up with Jamie, writing: "Cosy New Year's Day and the boys decide to do a little light reading." Jamie also recently shared a cute snap of River sucking his thumb, and captioned the snap: "River found the glory of the Thumb = good times, gave me years of pleasure. Big love folks." The proud dad spoke about having a newborn in an exclusive interview for HELLO! magazine, saying: "River is really good now, so we're relieved. Sleep deprivation is hard. But it's a dream now. We're like teenagers all of a sudden. We just need to get River into a bit more of a routine before we leave the house. Having time alone with Jools is the rarest thing."

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