Fern Britton has taken to Twitter to share a family photo – with a difference. The TV presenter, 63, is a proud mum to four children and on Wednesday evening, she shared a sweet snapshot of her "grandson".
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Former This Morning star Fern posted a picture showing her pet dog sprawled out on his back, fast asleep on her bed. "Good night from my grandson x of course he's not on the bed…," she joked.
Mum-of-four Fern shares her youngest daughter, 23-year-old Winnie, with her second husband, Phil Vickery. The couple stunned fans when they announced in January that they were ending their 20-year marriage.
The presenter is also a mum to twin sons Harry and Jack, 26, and daughter Grace from her first marriage to Clive Jones.
Fern recently revealed she has been making the most of lockdown by spending quality time with her daughters. "I've got the girls with me, my daughters, well I should say 'our daughters' because of Phil," she revealed during an appearance on Sunday's Love Your Weekend with Alan Titchmarsh. "They sort of got stuck there in lockdown.
"My oldest daughter is working and she is waitressing, wearing her PPE and all of those things. And my little daughter is mad about the house, she's busy building cobble setts for me and building paths. Oh it's great."
Fern recently raised eyebrows with a cryptic tweet she shared with fans. "Thought for the day: it's easier to forgive your enemies than it is to forgive your friends," she wrote.
It came days after Fern shared another post on the social media site about being "betrayed".
She reposted a message which read: "In life, you will fall out with people that you never thought you would. Get betrayed by people that you trusted with all your heart. And get used by people you would do anything for. But life also has a beautiful side to it.
"You will get loved by someone you never thought you would have. Form friendships with people that will establish more meaningful and stronger relationships. And overcome things you never thought you would get over.
"We all have chapters that end with people at some point in life. But take pride in knowing that the very best part of your book is being written."
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