Georgia Tennant took to her Instagram Stories on Wednesday to share a behind-the-scenes glimpse of how she started her day, and many parents are sure to relate!
The star, who shares five children with her husband David Tennant, posted a photo showing the couple's youngest child Birdie drinking from a small cup.
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A milk bottle stood at the two-year old's feet and much of it had been spilled on the floor. Georgia simply captioned the picture: "Morning."
The actress, who stars in video-call sitcom Staged alongside her husband and Michael Sheen, is a down-to-earth mum who often shares snippets from her family life with her social media followers.
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Over the weekend, the 36-year-old melted hearts with a couple of snapshots that showed David and their children putting up their Christmas decorations.
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In one, David could be seen holding their youngest son Wilfred, eight, aloft as he added some ornaments to the tree, while their other kids looked on in excitement.
Georgia and David share five children
The second showed young Birdie dressed in a cute Santa outfit as she placed her own ornament on the tree. They both sparked debate, however, as some of Georgia's fans felt that the family should have waited a little longer!
"It's still November why are you decorating for Christmas," one commented, adding a sad face emoji. Another wrote: "But it's still November!"
Others, however, encouraged the star to follow her heart. "As someone whose tree and most indoor decorations have been up since 1 November I do not see a problem with this," wrote one.
The actress often shares candid parenting moments on social media
Another kindly chimed in: "Time is an illusion! It’s the holiday whatever that means to everyone is different!"
The couple are proud parents to three daughters and two sons.
As well as Birdie and Wilfred, they share Ty, 19, Olive, ten, and Doris, six.
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