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Emma and Matt Willis treat themselves to the ultimate at-home pampering session

The stars have been married for 12 years

Sharnaz Shahid

Emma Willis and her husband Matt put some time aside in their busy schedules for some much-needed rest and relaxation this week.

The couple - who celebrated their 12th wedding anniversary this summer - took to Instagram to give fans a glimpse into their at-home pampering session, complete with facial sheet masks and pyjamas.

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"'Babe, I'm not sure if I've put mine on right' #glamour #beauty #nightmares," the Busted musician simply wrote.

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Fans were quick to comment, with one writing: "That is a great look." Another remarked: "Nice look for you there Matt (girls shout out)." A third post read: "You look fantastic."

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The pamper session comes shortly after Emma and Matt squeezed in a night out ahead of the UK's second lockdown. With the couple both wearing protective face masks, they posed for a romantic snap. "My milkshake brings all the boys to the yard...!" joked the singer.

The lovebirds often make time for just the two of them with spontaneous date nights. And at home, they are doting parents to their three children, Isabelle, 11, Ace, eight, and four-year-old Trixie.

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Matt shared this snap from their at-home pamper session

Emma and Matt occasionally share pictures of their kids together and have previously spoken about parenthood, with the TV presenter crediting being a mum for helping her gain confidence.

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Talking to Cosmopolitan in the past, Emma said: "Things started to go really well for me as soon as I had kids. Sometimes, interviewing people, I would feel so intimidated and nervous.

"When you've had kids it gives you confidence – you think, 'I'm a mum. I'm not scared. If I can raise a human being, I can do this.'"

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