Giovanna Fletcher just shared the cutest video of her youngest baby son Max

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  • Mum-of-three Giovanna Fletcher took to Instagram yesterday to share an utterly adorable video of her youngest son, Max.

    The 34-year-old author and parenting podcaster, who shares, Buzz, five, Buddy, three, and one-year-old Max with McFly star Tom Fletcher, took to the social media platform to show the sweet footage to her 1.2 million followers.

    Holding the nappy-clad tot in her arms, the Happy Mum Happy Baby podcast host blew raspberries into his belly and showered him with sloppy kisses.

    She revealed that after being away for a while on a tour, she’d been reunited with her youngest child.

    As Max giggled with joy, Gi proudly beamed at her youngest son, captioning the upload: ‘This snotty nosed little monkey is definitely happy Mumma is home! Xxxx.’

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    Of course, hordes of loyal fans took to the comment section to express their adoration of Max and the lovely moment.

    ‘Love this! Gorgeous, sloppy kiss ♥️,’ one swooned, while a second gushed: ‘Nothing better! 😍😍😍.’

    ‘Aww I love a squishy cuddle. My little is just learning how to snuggle in and it’s the best feeling in the world 🥰💙😍,’ another chipped in.

    Last month, Giovanna shared a gorgeous snapshot of her family taken hours before Max arrived in the world.

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    Telling the hilarious story behind the snapshot, in which Buddy can be seen sporting a huge bandage on his head, Giovanna penned: ‘This time a year ago… we were in A&E with Buddy as he’d fallen into the coffee table and seriously split his head open. It was quite traumatic, although he was totally chilled about the whole thing and the hospital staff were brilliant with him.

    ‘Buddy now has an inch long scar on his forehead to mark the night before he became the middle child.

    ‘Yep. I guess it’s hardly surprising I went into labour while at his bedside. 🙈 This turned out to be one of our last photos as a family of four. ❤️’

    How sweet!