Martin Lewis has opened up about a hilarious parenting moment with his daughter, Sapphire. Taking to Twitter, the TV personality revealed that the seven-year-old youngster called him embarrassing during an online class.
He wrote: "Just hit a parenting milestone. Mini MSE is doing an online video drama class - I walked into shot and did a bit of silly conversation with her and she said "daddy, stop it you're embarrassing me!" That's the first time she's said that. I feel I am truly a parent now." Fellow parents were quick to relate to the funny moment, with one sharing a gif which read: "You'll get used to it," while another person added: "As your kids get older embarrassing them will be a hugely entertaining part of parenting. I have it down to a fine art."
Martin opened up about the funny moment on Twitter
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The 47-year-old recently left fans concerned after having a cough while on This Morning, but he reassured his fans that he is in good health, writing: "To the many who've asked about my little cough on air... I've been up since 7.30, not coughed once, no temperature and feel fine. Though I am going to be off social media and just take my pace down today – to get some headspace."
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Although Martin has thankfully not been affected by COVID-19, the number of celebrities and well-known figures that have continues to grow. Boris Johnson has been moved into intensive care after his coronavirus symptoms deteriorated on Monday evening. Downing Street made the announcement in a short statement, revealing that over the course of the afternoon, Boris' condition had worsened, and that he was moved into intensive care "around 7pm". A Number 10 spokesman said: "Over the course of this afternoon, the condition of the Prime Minister has worsened and, on the advice of his medical team, he has been moved to the intensive Care Unit at the hospital."