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Watch Giovanna Fletcher and other star mums answer our hilarious quick fire questions!

Emmy Griffiths

In honour of mother's day, we met with the Instagram star mums, including HELLO! blogger Giovanna Fletcher, to chat some hilarious home truths about being a mum – the good and the bad! In the video, Giovanna opened up about her young son, Buzz, who she shares with her husband Tom Fletcher. The star, who has recently written a new book titled Happy Mum, Happy Baby, spoke candidly about raising Buzz and his little brother, Buddy.

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In the video, Giovanna joked about her worst mummy moment, explaining: "I took Buzz to nursery the other day and saw Little Red Riding Hood and something from Paw Patrol and I realised nursery was celebrating World Book Day. Now we knew it was World Book Day but not that nursery was celebrating it so I felt awful. Then I got up the car and realised I have poo up my sleeve! That was all before 9 a.m.!" She also revealed her proudest moment as a mother, explaining: "I feel proud every day! Literally it's so hard to pick. Buzz has this smile when he's proud it's like he's really trying to keep the smile in. When Buzz first said back to us, 'I love you know you'… Ugh my heart!" Fellow mum bloggers and Instagram stars Sarah Turner, Clemmie Hooper, Katie Kirby and Jenny Scott also gave hilarious, insightful and sweet answers about their little ones in the quick fire round.

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Giovanna opened up about Buzz and Buddy

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Giovanna recently opened up about home life with Tom, Buzz and Buddy, telling HELLO!: "The most important thing to me is that our boys know they are loved – love is the biggest gift –and to make them feel secure and to raise them in a happy home." Speaking about Tom, she revealed that he is "the entertainer, the one Buzz and Buddy look at with a sparkle of anticipation in their eyes."

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