Ayda Field and Robbie Williams are notoriously private about their family life, and avoid sharing photos of their three young children's faces.
But Ayda has just treated her fans to a snap of all three of her little ones enjoying some quality family time in a park.
Sharing on Instagram, Ayda posted the pic of her eldest two, Theodora and Charlton pushing baby Colette 'Coco' on a swing.
With the a feel good song playing in the background, Ayda captioned the wholesome picture with: "#summerdays #tribe AWxx."
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And her followers are understandably delighted with the picture.
One wrote: "You are so lucky! God bless you And your children Ayda."
What a beautiful picture you're truly blessed.
A second: "What a beautiful picture you're truly blessed."
And a third: "Awwww Happy times!! Cherish them. They'll grow up so fast."
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One fan reckons the pic was taken at London's Holland Park, and others wrote that they couldn't wait to see Robbie Williams at his upcoming Hyde Park concert as part of British Summer Time concert series.
One simply wrote: "Holland Park? Love it!!!"
Another chimed in with: "So cute, you should be very proud. We are going to see Robbie in Hyde Park tomorrow night so excited."
And a third: "Can't wait to see you in London me and my mum."
The family split their time between London and Los Angeles, with houses in both.
Robbie has also been enjoying a successful residency in Las Vegas at the Wynn hotel.
They are likely enjoying a break in London now. Not only has London weather been unusually warm, but just last week they were caught up in the terrifying Southern California earthquakes.
The 40-year-old shared a video on her Instagram of a chandelier shaking.
The earthquakes from Los Angeles county were so strong, that the shakes were felt in her family's Las Vegas suite.
She captioned the alarming video with: "Very scary earthquake surprise today. Building swayed a lot. @robbiewilliams and I and the kids are all safe. Just hoping everyone is safe and sound. AWxx."
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