Rochelle Humes has given a glimpse inside her festive day with her three children in London including a trip to Winter Wonderland.
The Saturdays singer, 32, who 'could replace Eamonn Holmes' as 'This Morning bosses love her', gave a sneak peek inside her 'magical' day out in the capital with her daughters Alaia, eight, Valentina, four, and one year old son Blake who she shares with JLS singer Marvin.
Rochelle looked chic in a long brown trench coat paired with a baker boy cap and her long brunette locks in loose waves over her shoulders.
Meanwhile adorable daughters Alaia and Valentina looked super cosy in matching cream coats and high-top trainers for the outing.
The mum-of-three revealed how it was her 'first day off in what feels like forever' as she enjoyed a day out in Hampstead Heath with her little boy Blake which included a trip to the park and a pitstop for a cake and coffee.
Rochelle also enjoyed some retail therapy in the Selfridges store on Oxford Street as she shared a snap of disco balls in the atrium.
Meanwhile Rochelle headed home to her £1.7million pad to enjoy some 'lentil soup' before she headed out with her eldest children for some 'Christmas fun'.
Rochelle looked over-the-moon to be at the reopening off Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park, which saw the likes of Love Island's Liberty Poole and TOWIE star Lydia Bright in attendance, as she tagged the location with a snap of the ferris wheel.
The What About Us songstress shared a snap of her 'vegan' churros before she enjoyed some festive fun with the girls including a trip on the dodgems, swings and a snap with Santa Claus.
Captioning the snaps to her 2.2.million Instagram followers, Rochelle described the evening as 'magical' and added: "Now it feels like Christmas."
It comes after Rochelle revealed on the latest episode of her podcast how people have criticised her for not giving birth the traditional way.
She told Kate Ferdinand on The My Little Coco Podcast: “I thought I was going to have a natural birth, I thought that was what I was supposed to do.
“It didn't happen that way, but I was OK with that. What I wasn't ready for was the negative connotations that come with having a C-section.”
The regular host of This Morning also revealed the effect some of the comments had on her. She explained: “I've been in situations before where people have said, 'Oh, are you too posh to push?'
She had all three births by caesarian and rallied on her podcast against those who criticise people's personal choice in how they give birth.
She said: “I'm noticing online more people talking about the way they delivered and some saying, 'I had a natural birth", and someone else saying, "Well, you had a vaginal birth – what I did was still natural'.”
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