Christine McGuinness shared a nod to her Liverpool roots tonight, as her son Leo waited patiently for the tooth fairy to arrive.
Former Miss Liverpool Christine has always been very proud of her Halewood upbringing and regularly speaks about her childhood in the city.
Christine has passed on her love of Liverpool to her three children and has shared several photos of her and her kids in their Liverpool kits, as they cheered on the Reds.
Tonight Christine shared a photo of her son Leo in his bed waiting for the tooth fairy.
She captioned the photo: "My big boy waiting for the tooth fairy again! LOVE this boy so much, my one and only son shine."
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And Leo was sleeping in a bed with an LFC bedspread, showing his mum's love for the city had been passed onto him.
Her followers were quick to comment on the cute snap and notice his distinctive duvet cover.
toddjames1690 said: "Beautiful C, YNWA"
paulineronan said: "With the best bedding, YNWA"
dan_roberts88 said: "Would it be weird for a 32 year old grown man to have that same Liverpool bed set?"
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Rieriebacon said: " mrscmcguinness he has the best bedding"
In July Christine shared a selfie to her Instagram page of her and husband Paddy McGuinness on the building site of their home, which they are renovating.
The mother-of-three said they were "building the dream" but added she "proudly" grew up on a council estate.
Christine and her comedian husband are currently renovating their home in Cheshire.
Captioning the photograph of the beaming couple, Christine said: "I am proudly from a council estate (Halewood, Liverpool) the dream home is simply a warm house filled with children and laughter.
"So renovating our house in Cheshire, creating a safe, comfortable home suitable for our children is a blessing I am incredibly grateful for it’s more than a dream.
"I can’t wait to get my babies settled here."