Giovanna Fletcher has shared an adorable picture of her youngest son Buddy in celebration of his first birthday. The picture sees the cute little tot, who has turned one, smiling widely and wearing a shiny party hat on his head. In the caption, Giovanna gushed: "A year ago today we said hello to this little man for the first time. Buddy, it's been an absolute joy being your mummy. You're such a loving and determined little monkey. I look forward to seeing your smiling face every single morning! Love you!"
The 32-year-old, who is married to McFly rocker Tom Fletcher, is also a proud mother to two-year-old Buzz. Earlier this week, her husband also uploaded a sweet picture ahead of the day's celebrations, telling fans: "Had an awesome day celebrating Buddy's birthday. Can't believe he's 1 this week! Bonkers." [sic] Giovanna and Tom, who have been married since 2012, often take to their respective social media sites to share cute snaps of their young family.
Writing in her HELLO! blog, Giovanna recently opened up about the struggles she faces as a working mother. "I'm lucky that I work from home that I can get on with tasks when the boys go to sleep at night and that I love every single part of my hard-to-pinpoint-exactly-what-I-do job," she shared. "That being said, I've been in desperate need for some family time. Not me time. Family time. For me, they are one and the same thing – providing Tom has let me have a lie in every now and then to make up for the sleepless nights that having two delicious mummy's boys has given me. Buddy still has a feed in the night and Buzz has developed a tendency to creep into our room for a snuggle."
"Family time is flipping great for the soul," she added. "I found such peace in being able to just watch my boys and marvel at their little ways. They examine life with such innocence and naive understanding… it’s pretty beautiful to witness." Tom, 31, recently opened up to HELLO! Online about how they juggle parenthood with their successful careers. He explained: "That's something we're both constantly having to figure out, but we're both fortunate enough to be writers so we can adapt our work around the kids. This basically means we write in the evenings when the boys go to bed."