Emma Willis is on holiday in Ibiza with her husband Matt and has shared a rare picture of herself and their children, much to the delight of her followers.
Emma jetted out of the UK for some much-needed family time in the sunny shores of Ibiza.
The mum-of-three likes to keep her children out of the limelight but shared a sweet snap of them on the beach with her 1.1 million Instagram followers.
Sat either side of Emma is nine-year-old Isabelle and two-year-old Trixie. Matt and Emma’s only son, six-year old Ace, is sat next to Trixie with a hat on just like his mum’s.
The picture, captioned: ‘Pure bliss…. #ibiza’, quickly amassed over 40,000 likes in under 24 hours with hundreds of comments.
One person wrote: ‘Such a super special photo.xx’.
Another said: ‘What a gorgeous photo 💕😍’.
A third praised Emma for keeping her children’s faces hidden. They wrote: ‘Hope you have sun cream on the kids and so good to see you haven’t shown their faces’.
Fellow mum and close friend Rochelle Humes also chooses to keep her daughter’s faces out of pictures as does This Morning presenter Holly Willoughby.
Emma and Matt welcomed their third child just over two years ago and Emma explained that it was her mum who inspired her to have a third child.
Speaking on Loose Women she said: ‘It was all lovely. We were sleeping again. They got on brilliantly and we had a lovely little even number.
‘But then I was getting to 40 and my mum was 40 when she had my sister and it was her third and I probably thought I’d be the same because I’m obsessed with my mum. She’s amazing.’
It’s been an exciting few months for Emma and Matt who recently renewed their vows to mark 10 years of marriage together.
Matt revealed that Emma was ‘devastated’ when their wedding was over and that the couple had vowed to throw another huge party 10 years later.
This way Emma got to enjoy the excitement of getting married for a second time and she wore her wedding dress again, as did all of the female guests.
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