Zoe Ball enjoyed a day out with her brothers and their children over the weekend, making the most of the good weather by spending the day along the river. The former Big Breakfast presenter – who shares children Woody, 17, and eight-year-old Nelly with ex-husband Norman Cook – took to Instagram to share some pictures from their day – and it looks like a great time was had by all! Zoe rarely posts pictures of her children on social media so fans were delighted to see a happy looking snapshot of them with their four little cousins. Zoe simply captioned the photo: "Cousins" accompanied by a series of love heart emojis.
Zoe Ball's children Woody and Nelly enjoyed a day out with their cousins
Taking to the comments, one fan wrote: "Lovely family so cute," while others spotted family resemblances. "Lovely, Woody looks so like his dad," one said, while a third thought one of Zoe's nephews looked like her dad Johnny Ball: "Little boy at the front is the spit of your dad," they observed. In a second photo from their day out, Zoe was seen with her two brothers Nick and Dan. Their dad Johnny – former children's TV presenter – has previously spoken out about their family's close relationship, telling The Guardian: "I love my family very much but I don't gush to their side. My wife does. I kiss my boys because they started it, because it's the thing to do now." He added: " I'm totally there as a father – totally supportive, but totally unobtrusive."
Zoe with her two brothers Nick and Dan
At the beginning of the year, Zoe made the decision to move away from her Brighton home to start a "new adventure" following the tragic death of her boyfriend Billy Yates last May. The Strictly: It Takes Two presenter was previously living two doors away from her ex-husband, allowing for their two children to still see both their parents regularly following their split in 2016.
Now living in a country cottage in Ditchling, East Sussex, Zoe seems happier than ever. The mother-of-two told listeners on her Radio 2 show about her move back in February, saying: "I don’t know if any of them are listening, but thank you to my new neighbours. I’ve just moved over the Downs a little bit into a lovely village and I have been inundated with cards and flowers from people, which is so lovely."