James Jordan took to Instagram with the most relatable parenting struggle on Sunday as he shared a hilarious video of daughter Ella, two.
The little one was captured by her doting-dad racing around the prettiest pink ball pit, which was sitting in the middle of the living room. The glamorous toy was fit for a princess and filled to the brim with a selection of pink, white and transparent balls, complete with a little pink and grey step ladder.
WATCH: James Jordan reveals the most relatable parenting struggle
Captioning the video, dad James penned: "Please sleep," with a praying-hands emoji as his firstborn continued to pick up speed. Little Ella looked cuter than ever in the clip as she rocked a pink flowery playsuit.
Ella idolises her parents
Ola explained: "James has been away for three days playing golf all day long and Ella's missed him so much… when she woke up and saw that he wasn't next to her, she cried. She was going, 'Where is my daddy?'
The Strictly star explained that the first morning Ella woke up next to James after he arrived home, she "laid next to him and squeezed and cuddled him for ages."
James added: "She was telling me she loved me and kissed my face."
James shared this sweet update
It's no secret that the Jordans are a very close family-of-three and fans love to see updates from the trio on social media.
On a recent photo of James, Ola and Ella enjoying a special family holiday, followers left sweet replies in the comments. Captioning the photo, James wrote: "My girls," with a red love heart.
One follower wrote: "Just [love] to watch all over your posts. Beautiful family. Lovely wife , daughter and all your families, friends. James, you and Ola are so talented . God bless you all."
Ella looks just like mum Ola
A second replied: "Aww look how big she’s getting bless her…love seeing you guys on pics, amazing family xx," with a red love heart emoji.
A third added: "So cute lovely photo of a beautiful family [red love heart emoji]."
A fourth wrote: "Gorgeous pic," with three heart-eyes emojis.
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