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Jamie Oliver's son Buddy's homeschooling photo is unlike any you've seen before

Buddy's godfather shared the tranquil snap on Instagram

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Aisha Nozari
Aisha NozariOnline Writer
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Homeschooling seems surprisingly tranquil in the Oliver household.

Doting dad Jamie Oliver shared a black-and-white photo of his eldest son, nine-year-old Buddy, on Tuesday, and we have to admit, the youngster's homeschooling set-up is like nothing we've seen before!

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Posing candidly for the camera, Buddy looked calm and collected in his dad's post, a far cry from the mayhem we've come to expect during the weekdays.

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Revealing that his son had spent the day at his offices, Jamie captioned the picture, which he had regrammed from Buddy's godfather: "My boy homeschooling at daddy's work bless him."

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Jamie and Buddy 

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We need to know your secret, Jamie! 

Jamie and his wife Jools are doting parents to five children: daughters Poppy, 18, Daisy, 17, Petal, 11, and sons Buddy and River, four.

Despite their privileged lifestyle, both Jamie and Jools want their children to have normal childhoods. However, Jools admitted in the past that it has been hard for her eldest children at school.

Jamie Oliver family © Photo: Instagram

Jamie and his family 

She previously told Red magazine: "I don't want them to be aware of anything, but it's too late: they are. They're not stupid." 

Jools continued: "I think they find it quite hard at school. It can be a bit awkward if the other kids say, 'Can I get your dad's autograph?' My eldest [Poppy] doesn't like it. If Jamie comes to pick her up, it's just too embarrassing for her. So I do all that."

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