Fearne Cotton is one proud mum! The mother-of-two took to Instagram this week to share an ultra-cute photo of her two young children, Rex, four, and one-year-old Honey holding hands as they walked down the road. The sweet snapshot sees Rex carrying a toy squid, while his little sister looks to have inherited her mum’s fashion-forward sense of style in a vibrant tie-dye jacket. In the photo's accompanied caption, Fearne revealed that the pair have recently developed a close bond. "These two just started holding hands last week. This sort of image is enough to make me forget they spend 98% of their time fighting over the same toy. PS. Rex never without a squid."
Fearne's two young children look to have the sweetest bond
Earlier in the week, Fearne posted a tongue-in-cheek photo of her youngest, Honey, having a tantrum, with her husband, Jesse Wood, looking on in dismay. Best friend and mother-of-three Holly Willoughby liked the image, while Denise Van Outen commented: "I know that feeling."
Fearne's little girl was captured having a tantrum in a tongue-in-cheek snap
Back in March, Fearne interviewed Holly for the first time while standing in for Lorraine Kelly on the popular ITV daytime show, Lorraine. While chatting, the pair opened up about motherhood, with Holly revealing that her husband Dan Baldwin is a huge football fan – and that her sons were following suit. "Harry is football-obsessed and he's got training Saturday and Friday Night Fives, so I don't have a choice," she told Fearne. "Chester has that growing up as well, so I am in trouble. My only hope is [daughter] Belle! It's not even just one team that Dan follows, he will watch anything. He will watch re-runs!"
Last year, Fearne discussed how motherhood had 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."