It's official: Ayda Field and Robbie Williams' youngest son Beau is crawling!
Proud mum Ayda couldn't resist sharing her little lad's amazing milestone with her Instagram followers, posting a video of him crawling along a soft grey carpet to reach a water bottle.
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Wearing a sweet pair of mustard coloured trousers and a green knitted top, the Loose Women star could be heard proudly telling her son: "You got it buddy! You got it! You got it! Yes big guy!"
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The famous couple share four children, two-year-old Coco and Beau, nine months, as well as Charlie, six, and oldest daughter Teddy, who is eight.
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Way to go, Beau!
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The family have had a joyous week, celebrating Thanksgiving on Thursday, with Ayda even showing off her incredible meal on social media.
Posting a snap of a plate piled high with turkey, greens, potatoes, stuffing, cranberry sauce and a helping of gravy for good measure, the famous mum wrote: "Currently in my tummy…"
Earlier in the week, on Wednesday, the 41-year-old gushed about another of her children, Charlie, proving that he's shaping up to be the best big brother ever!
That's one tasty Thanksgiving dinner!
Uploading a heart-melting photo of Charlie holding onto the handle of his younger siblings' pushchair, which he appeared to be pushing, Ayda captioned the picture: "Charlie taking his big brother responsibilities seriously," adding a smiley face.
But on Tuesday, it was popstar Robbie who was at the centre of Ayda's affections.
The presenter delighted fans again by posting a love note from her husband of a decade to Instagram.
The gushing message began with the word "You" repeated at the top of the page and went on to read: "You're the best thing that ever happened to me. I adore you."
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