The Talk's Amanda Kloots has thrilled her fans as she shared some incredible news about her young son, Elvis.
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Amanda is mother to Elvis, who she had with husband Nick Cordero, who tragically passed away last year after contracting coronavirus.
Amanda was taking part in a Mother's Day programme for an upcoming edition of The Talk, and she brought the one-year-old along with her.
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The event actually marks Elvis's television debut, and Amanda paid tribute to the moment with an Instagram post.
The star took a picture of a piece of parking that had been reserved for her son, and wrote: "Someone makes his television debut today on @thetalkcbs.
"Ladies and Gentleman, Elvis is in the building!! Tune into our Mother's Day show today!"
Fans were overjoyed with Amanda's announcement, as one wrote: "Omg is this not the sweetest thing?!! Ha! GO ELVIS! As they say in show biz…break a leg…but not literally please."
Elvis is making his TV debut
A second added: "How special, especially for Mother's Day. Excited to see adorable Elvito."
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And a third made a joke about his favourite toys, as they said: "That is so cute. He should roll up in his trash truck."
Amanda has many co-hosts on The Talk including Carrie Ana Inaba, Elaine Welteroth and Sheryl Underwood.
But the show recently let Sharon Osbourne go following an on-air altercation where she defended Piers Morgan's comments about Meghan Markle.
Sharon has gotten some support from some of her former co-hosts, including Amanda, who commented on a picture of Sharon kissing husband Ozzy Osbourne. "Aww, love this," she wrote.
Amanda is a doting mum to Elvis
Sharon returned the favour, commenting on a post of Amanda with Elvis sat on her lap by writing: "THE SMILE," alongside a heart emoji.
The Talk came back from its 10-week hiatus in mid-April following Sharon's on-air argument with her co-hosts.
Sharon insisted that Piers' comments, and her defence of him didn't make either of them racist.
When Sheryl and Elaine attempted to explain how they felt unconscious racism was playing a role, and that it was important for "friends to hold a friend accountable," Sharon became emotional.
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