Fearne Cotton’s little girl is growing up fast! The proud mum posted a sweet photo of her 20-month-old daughter Honey at the park on her Instagram account on Wednesday. In the rare snap, the cute toddler is pictured climbing up a slide, which Fearne aptly captioned: "Stepping up to Wednesday like…" And it looks like Honey is giving her mum a run for her money in the fashion stakes, something fans were quick to pick up on. The TV presenter has long been known for her fun sense of style, and dressed her daughter for the fun day out in a colourful bomber jacket teamed with a pair of feather print leggings. "Can tell she’s your daughter," one follower observed, while another said: "Love the clothes on trend with mummy," a third wrote: "This child is the coolest."
Fearne Cotton's little girl Honey wore a cool outfit to the park
Fearne is also mum to four-year-old Rex, who she shares with her rocker husband Jesse Wood, son of Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood. She is also a stepmother to Jesse's two children - Arthur, 14, and Lola, 10 - from his marriage with first wife Catherine 'Tilly' Boone.
The former BBC1 radio host recently opened up about her battle with depression in her book Happy, but praised her husband for his ongoing support as she continues to work hard to overcome the illness. "I'm exceptionally lucky that I met someone who's so unbelievably free-spirited and curious about life and open-minded," she shared. "He's constantly a good soundboard and has a very positive outlook." Speaking about becoming a parent, she explained: "I got really unselfish really quickly. Before, it was just me on my own worrying about whether I should do this job or not, then it became about loving other people and how we divide our time."
Fearne Cotton with her husband Jesse Wood
Last year, the star discussed how motherhood changed her outlook. "If I'm feeling a bit rubbish, it can be instantly switched up by hanging with my kids, my husband or good friends," she told HELLO! Online. "As I've got older I've realised it really is simple things like that, or yoga or swimming or baking - whatever little hobby or ritual you need to kind of click yourself back in." She also noted: "What I want out of life has changed massively, and it's less about achieving things and goals and more about general wellbeing and happiness."