Throughout this month, Rochelle Humes has been giving her 2.1 million fans an honest insight into how she’s finding homeschooling her kids at the same time as raising a newborn.
Now, the TV star, 31, has posted to Instagram a rare group shot of all three of her children, who she shares with husband Marvin Humes, 35.
In the sweet family photo, the couple’s eldest daughter Alaia-Mae, seven, daughter Valentina, three, and son Blake, three months, can be seen smiling at the camera while sat on a sofa.
Captioning the image, the This Morning presenter wrote: “How?! @marvinhumes Our 3 lil bears.”
Her followers were bowled over by the “adorable” and “cute” snap – leaving more than 257,000 ‘likes’.
Singer Alesha Dixon wrote: “Cutie pies”
Little Mix’s Leigh-Anne Pinnock commented: “Actual dream.”
Towie’s Georgia Kousoulou shared: “Most beautiful family.”
Commenting on his wife’s post, the JLS singer told her: “We are truly blessed.”
In October, the former Saturdays band member announced that she had given birth to her third child, and first son, after spending much of her pregnancy in lockdown.
Posting to Instagram a week after he arrived – showing her lying on a hospital bed beside her other half with their little boy in her arms – she wrote: “What a week it’s been, today I actually woke up and felt a little bit more like me.
“The morning of this picture was the last time I put clothes on got dressed etc... it’s mad how you lose track of days and hours in this little bubble.
“I wondered how different it would be going from 2 to 3 children but the truth is he is the easiest at the minute, he has come along and slotted right in to the chaos of the girls.
“For me it’s been remembering all the other stuff like which day I need to get the PE kits ready for and homework etc etc, that I have found a little overwhelming.
“You’ve just got to give yourself time to find your feet which I suppose is being made easier with all these new rules and staying home (not that I understand the rules lol). If you’re expecting a baby I’m thinking of you, it is a funny time to have one that’s for sure but when your little one arrives they are the only place your head is, they block out the craziness and the world seems magical again.”