Davina McCall marks both her daughters’ birthdays with Big Brother memorabilia

Blast from the past!

Former Big Brother presenter Davina McCall has celebrated the birthdays of her two daughters with on-brand t-shirts.

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Davina posted a picture of her classic Big Brother t-shirt (Credit: Twitter)

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The fitness expert posted shots of the t-shirts to Twitter and Instagram.

She wished a happy birthday to 17-year-old Holly yesterday, sharing a picture of one of her iconic “Big Mutha” t-shirts, carefully framed.

She captioned the image “Happy 17th birthday 🍰Holly! The original Big Mutha.”

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She posted a second shot for her younger daughter (Credit: Twitter)

Then this morning she shared a post for her second daughter, showing an image of a t-shirt mounted to show the back – which read “Reloaded.”

Said “Happy birthday to Big Mutha no 2, My beautiful Tilly!!!”

It was captioned “Very busy weekend 😂😂”

All three of Davina’s children have birthdays in September – something that she planned when she was hosting Big Brother.

When she appeared on Desert Island Discs back in 2016, she told host Kirsty Young that she planned her pregnancies around the reality TV show – because she didn’t want to watch someone else present it.

Davina planned her pregnancies around Big Brother (Credit: Flynet)

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“I love Big Brother so much and the idea of someone else presenting it was ‘over my dead body,’ she said, so I said to Matthew, ‘We are not trying for a baby until after December so there we are, three birthdays in September.”

She presented the show for a decade, from its first season in 2000, until 2010.

When the show moved from Channel 4 to Channel 5 in 2011, she decided to move on.

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