Matt and Emma Willis share rare snap of their three children

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  • Matt and Emma Willis are known for being incredibly private about their family and life at home, away from the cameras, so fans were delighted when Matt shared a rare photo of his three children with Emma on social media recently.

    The adorable new photo, which singer Matt published to his Instagram account, shows Emma Willis with the couple’s children, peering out a window into the family’s snowy garden beyond.

    The proud father captioned the super sweet picture simply: ‘I LOVE everything about this…’

    I LOVE everything about this…. ❤️

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    As Matt and Emma are usually very low-key about their family life and so rarely share snaps of eight-year-old Isabelle, five-year-old Ace, and 18-month-old Trixie on social media, fans were quick to flood the singer’s comments with awe and praise for the photo.

    ‘Absolutely beautiful. Lucky guy!’ commented one of the singer’s fans, while another added: ‘You literally have the most gorgeous family ever.’

    ‘I love how they’re all crammed into one window when there’s plenty of room,’ wrote another of the star’s Instagram followers. ‘Such a beautiful picture and I’m glad you and Emma are still going strong.’

    ‘I love everything about this and it’s not even my family in the pic! Lovely photo,’ added someone else.

    TV presenter Emma confessed back in April to The Sun that now the couple have three children together their family is complete, and they won’t be adding any more babies to their brood.

    ‘That’s it! 100 per cent,’ Emma, who is currently preparing to host another series of Big Brother in the new year, insisted.

    ‘I will be keeping Matt away from me now – I don’t need any more work!’ the mum-of-three told the paper.

    ‘I know this is my last,’ she said of youngest daughter Trixie. ‘I’m taking every little thing in – because I know it won’t happen again.’