The BBC One Show presenter, Alex Jones, 44, has shared a rare photo of her husband Charlie Thomson on social media.
Alex had taken to Instagram to share the photo snap of her husband of seven years, Charlie Thomson, during a family outing with their four-month-old Annie.
Sharing a glorious photo of herself and her rarely-seen hubby, she wrote: "Making the most of shared parental leave. I may be back in work but we still have the mornings."
The 44-year-old mum of three also shared a video of one of her sons exploring the countryside and a clip of her hubby walking along a path with a pushchair.
At the start of the new year, Alex revealed to her 360,000 Instagram followers that "[January] feels a bit overwhelming with to-do lists but getting out this morning has been lovely."
Alex has been on maternity leave following the birth of her daughter Annie, and after a break tending to her newborn, she recently returned to her presenting duties on BBC's The One Show this week.
The presenter has been married to the insurance broker since 2015, and they have three kids in total, four-year-old Teddy, two-year-old Kit and new addition Annie, who is four months old.
After her maternity break, the Strictly Come Dancing alum raised how she felt slightly 'anxious' returning to her BBC One Show hosting duties and hoped to become a 'little more relaxed' as the months progressed.
With her husband also on paternity leave, she raised that she needs to "learn to let go a bit of things at home" and "let him do it his way."
Last August, Alex and her hubby Charlie welcomed their latest edition to their family baby Annie – the presenter had made the happy announcement on Instagram.
Alex wrote on Instagram: "Tiny, but perfectly formed, we're all beyond happy and besotted by her, especially Ted and Kit."
Talking about her sons' excitement, Alex added: "Watching them with their brand new little sister is just the best and we can't believe how lucky we are to have the three of them and to be a family of five."
The One Show continues weeknights on BBC One from 7pm. You can catch up on previous episodes through the IPlayer.
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