Alex Jones made sure she spent some quality time with her children ahead of her shift on The One Show on Wednesday. Enjoying a "long walk" outside, the doting mum shared a new close-up picture of her eldest son Teddy - and he looked adorable!
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"'Mama… this robot has run out of battery.' It was a very long walk back to the car," Alex joked across the image of her three-year-old son, who was sprawled across the grass.
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During the ongoing lockdown, the 43-year-old presenter has been busy balancing her TV career with being a mum to her two young children, Kit and Teddy. On Tuesday, Alex confessed she let her sleep deprivation get the better of her during her latest shopping spree.
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Taking to her Instagram Stories from a Sainsbury's carpark, the doting mum-of-two revealed she had just woken up following an impromptu nap. "Oh my goodness. I've just been sleeping in the carpark in Sainsbury's… a new low," she told her followers, whilst wiping some tears from her eyes. Across the footage, Alex admitted it was all down to baby Kit's teething. "Warning… teething babies can lead to…"
The One Show host shared this snap of her son Teddy
Earlier this year, Alex returned to The One Show following her maternity leave with Kit, and has been continuing to front the show each weekday. She has always been open about her journey to motherhood, and in her 2016 documentary, Fertility and Me, Alex spoke about her struggle to start a family with her husband.
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She said: "In an ideal world, Charlie and I would have met a lot sooner, but we didn't. I always knew I wanted a family, but I still felt really young. I thought I was bulletproof, and then you realise if you want a family you do need to get on with it. But if you don't meet the right person then it's very difficult."