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Martine McCutcheon praises her son's nanny in sweet Instagram post

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Martine McCutcheon took time out of her busy day to praise someone close to her heart – her son's nanny Ewa. The Loose Women panellist took to Instagram to share a selfie with Ewa and sweetly wrote: "Here I am with the lady who looks after my beautiful boy so well when I'm away working and his grannies are busy buying him treats and knitting him jumpers.

"Thank you for not only taking care of him Ewa, but for genuinely adoring him too - it makes my life as a working mum a lot less stressful knowing he is so well taken care of. I'm really grateful and thankful, Big hugs xxxx." Fans were quick to comment that they needed an Ewa in their life, with one writing: "Always so special when you find someone like that." Another commented: "How lovely that someone is telling their employees how much they treasure them. More people should be like that."

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Martine McCutcheon praised her son's nanny on Instagram

Martine, 40, and her husband Jack McManus, 32, welcomed their son Rafferty in February 2015. The couple introduced their baby boy to HELLO! magazine, with the actress saying at the time: "I have never been so in love, so content and so full of happiness in my life. My mum always said to me that it is a love like no other, and it's absolutely true. This baby boy is the love of our lives and I think the fact this didn't happen easily for us and faced challenges along the way, has made him even more precious."

Martine also opened up about Rafferty's dramatic arrival, which saw him moved into the special care unit for two nights with a lung condition. "Basically, his lungs were filled with fluid, but we were told that it wasn't anything to panic about and that he was being taken to the special care baby unit to be monitored," she explained. "I was aching for that skin-on-skin contact and to hold my baby and bond with him. [But] When we went to see Rafferty in the incubator, he was already trying to lift his head and I thought, 'You’re going to be just fine, little man'."

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