Jamie Oliver's wife Jools shared the most heart-melting photo of the couple's youngest son, four-year-old River, on Wednesday, and her fans will no doubt have been delighted.
Taking to her Instagram Stories, the proud mum posted a picture of the little boy standing in the family's kitchen at home.
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River was wearing what appeared to be a pair of jogging bottoms and no top and beamed as he held up an unexpected guest in front of him – a chicken!
Jools captioned the adorable snap: "Morning from River!!" She teased her son as she went on: "We asked him to collect the eggs… not the chickens," adding sunshine and laughing emojis.
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The Oliver children are animal fans, as some previous photos showed earlier this week.
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On Monday, celebrity chef Jamie posted two images of his ten-year-old son Buddy holding up a red, white, and yellow striped snake.
The doting mum shared the sweet photo of River to Instagram
He added the caption: "Meet the newest addition to the Oliver house... Saffron noodle."
The new addition divided opinion among Jamie's fans. One wrote: "No thank you, not a fan of any snakes!" and another agreed: "I couldn't live with a snake in my house!!!"
Other Instagram users were more taken with Buddy's new friend, however, with one writing: "So cool," and another adding: "Hello Saffron noodle! What a pretty snake you are!"
Jamie and Jools, who tied the knot in 2000, dote on their two sons and three daughters.
Jools and Jamie are parents-of-five
The couple also share Poppy Honey, 19, Daisy Boo, 18, and Petal Blossom, 12.
The family moved to a dream home before the pandemic, towards the end of 2019, and it's the perfect countryside getaway.
The £6million Essex home is set on a vast 70-acre estate and boasts six bedrooms, ten bathrooms, two drawing rooms, a great hall, and (of course) a well-stocked pantry.
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