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Jools Oliver enjoyed a magical Mother’s Day with her adorable brood

Hanna Fillingham

Jools Oliver is one lucky mum! The Little Bird designer, who gave birth to her fifth child, River Rocket, back in August, looks to have had the most wonderful Mother’s Day on Sunday, enjoying an afternoon tea in the garden set up by her children and their famous chef dad, Jamie Oliver – so it was bound to be delicious! Capturing a moment from her day on camera, Jools is seen pictured sitting outside on a picnic blanket with four of her children, surrounded by a tasty assortment of food, drink, flowers and toys. Accompanied next to the snap, Jools wrote: “Mummy's day afternoon tea complete surprise and totally done by the children and Jamie just love they way they set up a special shade and play section for River xxx.”

Jools enjoyed a sunny afternoon tea in the garden on Mother's Day

Jamie shared a sweet photo of the many handmade cards and flowers for Jools

On Sunday, Jools paid tribute to her own mum, posting photo of her mother doing the splits alongside the message: “I love you mum,” followed by several heart emojis. Meanwhile, Jamie shared a photo of her many cards and flowers with this post: “Happy Mother's Day Jools! Happy Mother's Day mum! Two amazing mums that I'm truly grateful for every day.....love you....treats and homemade cards to go ......big love to all the mums out there today.”

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Jools regularly shares sweet family photos of her growing family

Jools is a doting mum to five children with her TV chef husband Jamie Oliver who she married 17 years ago. Their children are Poppy Honey 15, Daisy Boo, 13, Petal Blossom, seven, six-year-old Buddy Bear and baby River. Recently she told Vogue whether she and Jamie would try for a sixth baby: “I’ll never really draw the line. (River)’s six months now, so we’re past the really difficult sleepless first few months. He’s such a joy. I’m getting older, but I’d definitely do it again if I could. I think Jamie’s finished, but you just never know!”

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