Jamie and Jools Oliver have both shared adorable snaps of the latest addition to their family, baby son River. The family have been unable to resist showing off photos of the newborn, who was born in early August.
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The celebrity chef shared a selfie of himself holding his second son, who is swaddled in a blanket while looking directly at the camera, and captioned the sweet snap: "Morning folks have a cracking day."
Jools shared a sweet black-and-white photo of her children
Meanwhile, Jools posted a photo of little River dressed in a cute baby grow while being held by his big sister, 14-year-old Poppy Honey. River has a hand touching Poppy's face as he sleeps, and Jools wrote: "The hands" accompanied by a love heart emoji.
Fans were quick to praise the beautiful moment, with one writing: "What a precious photo!" while another wrote: "Bless!! Such a gorgeous image. Nothing like siblings."
The happy parents share five children together; Poppy, Daisy Boo Pamela, 12, Petal Blossom Rainbow, six, Buddy Bear, five and, of course, baby River, and give their fans insights into their beautiful family life.
Jamie posted a selfie with baby River
The couple have also shown how their older children are helping take care of their baby brother, with Jools revealing that little Petal Blossom was by her side "on every nappy change! xxx."
Jamie also shared a hilarious video of himself on a trip with Buddy and Petal and their grandfather, and managed to capture the brilliant moment when their grandad falls into the water. Unharmed, he begins to jokily shout at the two laughing children, saying: "that's no way to treat your...grandfather...that was a break! I know what you were up to!" as the 41-year-old howls with laughter behind the camera.
He captioned the video: "Pure luck look what happens when the kids get grandad to cross the stepping stones brilliant Classic."
Pure luck look what happens when the kids get grandad to cross the stepping stones brilliant Classic
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