Davina McCall had a big reason to celebrate this week. The Masked Singer judge took to Instagram on Monday evening to share some happy news regarding her youngest daughter, Tilly.
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Davina, 54, posted a short video which she begins by saying: "This is a response post to the post yesterday – because I thought you might want to know…
WATCH: Davina McCall celebrates daughter Tilly's big news
"Tilly, did you pass your driving test?" she asks, looking off-camera. "Yes I did!" the 17-year-old replies, prompting her proud mum to look start celebrating.
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Her post received a huge number of comments – not least from Davina's friend Tess Daly, who revealed her own daughter was preparing for her test.
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"YESSSSS GO TILLY!" she wrote. "Phoebe's got her theory in a week! I'm in bits for her! She however seems a bit TOO calm!"
Julia Bradbury wrote "Congratulations Tilly! Independent Woman!" and Ore Oduba shared a series of clapping hands emojis. Another fan joked: "Yesssss! Well done Tilly! Mum's chauffeur now!"
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Davina is a mother of three – although she keeps her children away from her social media channels. She shares daughters Holly, 19, Tilly, and 14-year-old son Chester with her ex-husband Matthew Robertson.
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In an interview with Woman and Home magazine, Davina gave an insight into her bond with her children – in particular, Holly.
"My oldest daughter, Holly, is a young adult and we're at the stage where we're so close, it feels like we're best friends, but I don't want that. You need to be their friend but you have to look after them too - and give advice they don't want to hear."
She added: "My uncle told me that kids go into a tunnel at around 12, by which point you can't teach them any more, they just have to learn from their mistakes. You have to teach them everything before then."
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