Holly Willoughby has shared a rare picture of her son Chester with fans while on a family holiday in the Caribbean.
The TV presenter is currently on her second winter holiday, after visiting the Alps for a spot of snow and skiing.
But just in time to ring in the new year, the blonde swapped the white slopes for sandy beaches and picked Barbados as the place where she would entering 2018 with her family.
Taking to social media, the This Morning veteran is keeping fans updated on how she’s enjoying her time off, and that includes quality time with her children.
Posting a picture of her three-year-old son Chester, Holly delighted fans with the rare snap as she doesn’t often share photos of her brood.
Captioning the adorable picture, where she’s seen sitting at the edge of a swimming pool with Chester standing next to her, Holly wrote: ‘🦋💎🌊🐳🐬💙… all the blues x’
Fans of the mum-of-three were quick to gush about the post, writing in the comments section to praise the star.
One said: ‘Nice family picture’, while another added ‘You are wonderful Holly love this picture have a super holiday. 😍💙X’
A third noticed Chester’s long hair: ‘Your wee guy has long hair like my grandson! Love it!! XxX’
As did another fan: ‘Lovely his hair @hollywilloughby my little boy is just a couple of weeks age difference and he’s hair is super long. He looks like a mini Tarzan. Happy hollydays☀️ xx’
Other fans couldn’t help but notice the 36-year-old incredible figure, which has been the subject of much speculation.
One said: ‘@hollywilloughby please say your releasing some sort of exercise/fitness book or similar! You look incredible! 🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻’
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The Dancing on Ice presenter has remained tight-lipped about her exercise regime and what she eats to stay slim, but previously said that the fact that her kids are now older, she has more time to take care of herself.
‘I think you sort of get – the children are a little bit older, so I’ve got a little bit more time for myself. And I’m always one of those people that if you feel happy and healthy that’s all that matters’, she said.