Stacey Solomon shared a stunning photograph to Instagram overnight showing her posing with her sons on holiday.
But the former Queen of the Jungle has admitted the idyllic image wasn't as easy to take as you'd think!
The 28-year-old's picture shows her cuddling up with Zachary, ten, and Leighton, six, as they admired a gorgeous sunset over the beach behind them.
A picture perfect holiday memory, right?
Stacey shared the snap to her Instagram on Monday night alongside a caption explaining it wasn't as easy taking the pic as you'd think!
When you look pretty calm and happy, but the truth is you had to grab your babies and put them into an armlock to get this picture.
"Sunsets and silliness," she wrote.
"When you look pretty calm and happy, but the truth is u had to grab your babies and put them into an armlock to get this picture 😂 it's one of about a thousand!"
Stacey continued: "Is anyone else's kids totally OVER photos? I just wanted a sunset holiday memory pic and it became a WWE sequence 😂😂. To rub salt into the wound I just looked at my sisters sunset pic with her two daughters and it's AMAZING."
Fans were quick to assure Stacey that understood the struggle!
One wrote: "Just coming back from hols and all 3 of mine were pains at getting photos...... soooo annoying !!!!"
Another agreed: "Yes. Hard bloody work and I always look like I'm angry saying SMILLLLE."
A third added: "Virtually impossible to get a nice family photo with my nearly 4 year old and my 11 month old! They hardly ever smile/look at camera or want to be in the photo!"
A fourth told Stacey: "You would never have guessed, lovely photo! You're always so smiley."
Stacey has been taking a well-earned break from Loose Women duties this week to soak up the sun abroad with her boys.
She recently spoke to Daily Star Online about how she balances her busy life as a mum with her TV duties.
"I wing it most of the time. It's one of those thing where you're always wondering am I doing the right thing, should I stay at home?" she said.
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"I have to rationalise things. Whatever way I'd have to be working for my kids.
"Hopefully, when they get older they'll really appreciate that and it'll give them a bit of a work ethic themselves."
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