Holly Willoughbyis a doting mum to the three children she shares with husband Daniel Baldwin.
As theyoungest of their trio turned another year older,Holly, 41, pulled out all the stops to ensure he had the best birthday.
Enlisting the help of a specially dedicated team who create luxury themed sleepovers, eight year old Chester had a “wild woodland” themed party that his family held at home.
Sharing details of the bedroom set-up, the TV presenter posted a snap of two single beds decked out with camouflage print bed linen, faux log cushions, netting and indoor festoon lighting.
Holly simply captioned her post: "Party time… thank you @teepeevibetribe," followed by a green heart emoji.
The birthday party company also shared their own separate post which read: "So lovely to be asked back by Holly Willoughby to set up a Birthday sleepover for Chester.
"Our 'Wild Woodland' Camping theme was a big hit with the boys!"
The party comes a few days after Chester celebrated his big day and proud mumHolly shared a rare picture of himon her social media.
She uploaded a blurry snap as she embraced her son in a loving cuddle and wrote a touching message to the birthday boy.
Holly captioned the post: "Early morning blurry snuggles with the birthday boy… Happy 8th Birthday Chester…we love you so very much."
Holly and her husband, Daniel are also parents to 13 year old Harry 13 and Belle, 11.
The presenter also had some positive news after recentbacklash received for “skipping the queue”to see the Queen Lying-In-State last month.
Earlier this week it was revealed that shehas a brand new deal with Marks & Spencer, said to be worth a seven figure sum.
M&S confirmed the deal with Holly, 41, in a statement, which read: “We have extended our contract with Holly, and we will continue to work with her."
Holly has been an ambassador for M&S since 2018, and has “their full support”, an insider toldMailOnlinefollowing the new deal.
The presenter’s M&S contract extension comes after fans noticed her This Morning co-hostPhillip Schofield had been removed from We Buy Any Car advertisementsfollowing queue-gate.
Holly and Phillip, 60, were both bashed for seemingly jumping ahead of public mourners who had queued for hours to view the Queen’s coffin last month.
On This Morning, Holly said: "The rules were that we would be quickly escorted around the edges to a platform at the back. In contrast, those paying respects walked along a carpeted area beside the coffin and were given time to pause.
"None of the broadcasters and journalists there took anyone's place in the queue, and no-one filed past the Queen."
Holly added: "We, of course, respected those rules. However, we realised that it may have looked like something else, and therefore totally understand the reaction. Please know we would never jump the queue."
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