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Holly Willoughby reveals son Chester's latest obsession

Emmy Griffiths

Holly Willoughby has shared an adorable video of herself spending some quality time with her two-year-old son, Chester! In the video, the mum-of-three is pointing to different characters in Paw Patrol, while the little boy can be heard naming each and every one without fail! The proud mum captioned the video: "Paw Patrol obsessed! #chester #adorbs #pawpatrol."

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Paw Patrol obsessed! #chester #adorbs #pawpatrol 🐾

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Fans of the star were quick to share their own experiences with the popular children's show, with one writing: "I feel your pain. Although I embarrassingly use the quotes all the time....mummy to the rescue...mummy's on the case! Clever Chester." Another added: "My little boy George ran over to also name them all with Chester when he heard the video. Kids love Paw Patrol. Super cute." The This Morning presenter recently opened up about her three children – Harry, seven, Belle, five and Chester, two – in an exclusive interview with HELLO! magazine. She said: "All I ever wanted to do was to be a mum. It wasn’t like when I was at school I thought, 'Oh, I’m going to be this big career girl'. Being a mummy is definitely my most favourite job of all, without a shadow of a doubt."

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She also spoke about how she juggled a hectic career while raising three children, saying: "I have the same issues as the next person, but I do feel very lucky that I’ve been blessed with three lovely children and that I look forward to going to work, because I know a lot of people don’t feel like that. If I’m going to get up and leave the kids in the morning then it has to be for something that I care about, or feel passionately about – and I’m lucky to be able to do that."

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