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Emma Willis professes love for husband Matt in hilarious selfie

The couple have been married since 2008

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Sharnaz Shahid
Sharnaz ShahidDeputy Online Editor
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Emma Willis has professed her love for her husband Matt in a heartwarming post. The couple, who spent the weekend in the snow with their three children, posed for a hilarious selfie together – all dressed up in their winter knits.

"Last one from yesterday… Love you @mattwillis [heart emoji]," gushed the Voice UK presenter. Just hours before, the 44-year-old shared a sweet snapshot showing Isabelle, 11, Ace, nine, and four-year-old Trixie standing at a set of bi-folding doors and looking out at the snowfall in the garden.

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The photo, which was taken from behind, also showcased the children's matching snow outfits, with Isabelle and Ace dressed in white trousers, rainbow-coloured jackets, and black hats. Little Trixie, meanwhile, was wearing a purple unicorn snowsuit and a sweet bobble hat. "My babies…" she simply wrote.

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Like many parents, Emma and Matt have been homeschooling their children – and have even shared snippets into their new lockdown lives.

In May, Emma spoke with MailOnline about the pressures of homeschooling. "For me in the beginning we put a lot of pressure on ourselves to be perfect schoolteachers and make them have the absolute school day that they would have but at home," she shared.

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Emma posted this hilarious selfie with Matt

"I didn't want my stress at having to be a schoolteacher and not being good enough having a knock on effect to them and them getting stressed because they know I'm getting stressed, or them getting worried because they know I'm getting wound up."

She added: "After a couple of weeks you realise, you know what I am not a schoolteacher, they aren't at school and we have to do what we can do. I have never loved teachers more in my whole life."

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