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Alex Jones has shared her one year old son Kit's face for the first time in a gorgeous social media post.
The 43 year old gave birth to her second son Kit in May 2019, but has been careful to not share her face with her Instagram followers.
The One Show host has now taken to the photo sharing app to upload a cute image of Kit for the very first time.
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Kit is seen sitting in a high chair with crumbs around his mouth in the gorgeous photo, posted to Alex's 258,000 followers.
Holding a pair of sunglasses up to his eyes, Kit gives a small smile to his mum, who shared a glimpse of their bank holiday together.
Alex wrote: "Hope you all had a great bank holiday!!" over the image of her very blond baby boy.
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The former Strictly Come Dancing contestant shares Kit with husband Charlie Thompson, who are also parents to three year old son Edward.
The Welsh beauty also shared a rare image of Edward last month as he picked out his new shoes before he returns to nursery.
Teaming up with shoe shop Clarks, she informed her fans: "If the shoe fits and all that… fresh footwear for his new normal wardrobe and heading back to nursery!
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"Since 2008, @clarksshoes have been working closely with @UNICEF to raise funds through ShoeShare, an innovative donation programme that rehomes old or unwanted shoes.
"You can help reach even more kids in danger by donating your old or unwanted shoes at one of 500 Clarks stores around the UK.
"Your shoes will help to change children's lives by providing them with the opportunity to learn, no matter where they are."
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