James Jordan has taken to Twitter to reveal his latest parenting dilemma – and many mums and dads will be able to relate! The former Strictly star shares his eight-month-old daughter with wife Ola Jordan and has been candid about their experiences so far. His latest post was no different.
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"Baby TV is doing my nut in!" he told followers on Tuesday. "Hahaha. Wait until you've watched nothing but Peppa Pig for 4 years," one fan warned, while another wrote: "So glad that I don't have to endure that anymore! I had 10 years of it! (4 1/2 years between my 2) so as one grew out of it the other grew into it!!"
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James is a doting dad to little Ella
Both Ola, 38, and James, 42, are clearly smitten with their firstborn. Last week, Ella's proud mum delighted fans with a series of snapshots of the little girl sitting up in the family garden. "Mummy, you are taking too many pictures again!" she joked in the caption.
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Writing in their latest column for HELLO!, Ola and James revealed that Ola's parents still haven't met little Ella – and their plans to visit over Christmas are now looking less and less likely.
Ola and James welcomed their baby girl in February
Speaking about whether her mum and dad, who live in Poland, would still be coming over for the festive season as hoped, Ola replied: "I don't think so. I wouldn't forgive myself if something happened and one of them caught COVID. They both have health issues so I think we need to wait for Ella's first birthday or Easter.
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"We talk every day on the phone, they get to see her and I send loads of videos. I know it's not the same and they want a cuddle, but I'd be really scared for them. It's hard but yeah, I wouldn't be able to forgive myself if anything did happen."
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