Holly Willoughby has shared a rare snap of her daughter Belle as they enjoyed making sweet treats over the weekend.
The 40-year-old This Morning presenter appeared in high spirits as she got stuck into making ice rolls in the sunshine with her kids.
Taking to social media on Saturday, Holly snapped a picture of Belle, nine, getting stuck in to decorating her ice roll with pink treats.
In the snap, that Holly shared with her 7 million Instagram followers, the blonde bombshell beamed from ear to ear as her young daughter stood next to her looking down at her ice cream creation.
The mum of three appears to have enlisted the help of Pan-N-Ice, a company that is renting out its ice cream cart so it can be used at home.
As a result, Holly and her kids have been able to create their own ice rolls and even had a huge selection of toppings to choose from.
Holly and her husband Daniel Baldwin are proud parents to Belle as well as her brothers Harry, eleven, and Chester, six.
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However, the couple have kept their children’s faces hidden and rarely share snaps of their family on social media.
Her weekend family activities came shortly before Holly is set back to the ITV set for the return of Dancing On Ice this Sunday.
It appears that Holly and her family have been making the most of the glorious sunny weather this weekend.
Hours before the television presenter took to her Instagram story, she also unveiled a stunning selfie as she basked in sunshine.
In the make-up free snap, Holly closed her eyes as she enjoyed some rays outside.
“On charge…” she added in her simple caption.
Holly was quickly inundated with messages from fans as they flocked to compliment the ITV star on the stunning snap.
“You look stunning Holly, would love to know your skin care routine xx” penned one follower.
“Sunshine makes all the difference” added a second.
A third wrote: “Total recharge all our batteries Vitamin D happy sunshine rays Holly.”
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