Emma Willis gives fans a rare glimpse at her children as they make the most of the snow day

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Emma Willis couldn't resist showing off her children's cute snowsuits before letting them loose in the garden.

Isabelle, 11, Ace, nine, and four year old Trixie looks desperate to get out and start having fun as the white stuff fell on Sunday.

The family were thankful that the snow landed on the weekend so they could make the very most of it – and not try to keep their attention on their schoolwork!

Emma, married to Busted star Matt, rarely uploads photos of her kids to social media.

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But she wasn't about to pass up the opportunity when they looked so winter-ready – minutes before the snowballs started to be chucked.

Boots and gloves on, the trio watched on outside with their backs to the camera.

Earlier, The Voice host Emma uploaded a shot of Ace parading around the kitchen itching to get outside and captioning the shot "SNOW DAAAAAAAAAAAAYYYY!!"

Fans loved the snaps as they enjoyed a fun-filled but chilly weekend.

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One commented: "I'm loving those jackets, awesome!"

Another wrote: "The coats. The unicorn snowsuit. This whole picture is perfect."

During lockdown, Emma spoke to the MailOnline about the challenges of homeschooling – and said teachers need more credit.

She said: "For me, in the beginning, we put a lot of pressure on ourselves to be perfect schoolteachers and make them have the absolute school day that they would have but at home.

"I didn't want my stress at having to be a schoolteacher and not being good enough having a knock-on effect to them and them getting stressed because they know I'm getting stressed, or them getting worried because they know I'm getting wound up.

"After a couple of weeks you realise, you know what I am not a schoolteacher, they aren't at school and we have to do what we can do.

"I have never loved teachers more in my whole life!"

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