Zoe Ball delighted fans this week when she shared a rare behind-the-scenes photo from home with her daughter Nelly, who is 12.
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Taking to Instagram, the TV and radio presenter shared a sweet photo of herself and her youngest child cuddling up on the sofa as they watched the BRIT Awards – and they had a special family reason for doing so!
In the snapshot, Zoe put an arm around her daughter and made a peace sign with one hand as she grinned at the camera. Nelly snuggled into her mum as she gazed at the camera and the pair looked so cosy.
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Zoe shared in the caption that the duo were watching the ceremony in the hope of catching a glimpse of her son Woody, 21, who is taking after his dad as a DJ.
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She also posted a throwback photo of herself attending the BRITs in a slinky black dress in the '90s, sweetly writing: "How it started vs. how it’s going #brits… Nell & I keeping an eye out for @woody_cook."
Zoe and Nelly cuddled up together to watch The BRITs
"How very perfect," commented one fan, while another added; "Love it!" Zoe shares both her children with her ex-husband, Norman Cook, alias Fatboy Slim, who she divorced in 2016 after 17 years.
The two remain on good terms and in a heartfelt interview with Red magazine two years ago, the stylish blonde reflected on their relationship now.
Zoe is also mum to 21-year-old Woody
Calling Norman "such a good guy", the 49-year-old called him "the best dad" and went on: "It’s not always been easy and it’s taken time. He’s been through a lot, I’ve been through a lot, but now we’re in a great place as parents together."
The star shared that she and her ex often share their mutual pride in their children, saying: "We do sometimes look at them and go, 'Wow, despite what we’ve been through, we made it' because they’re brilliant kids."
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