Sam and Billie Faiers have posted sweet family photos on Instagram from their exotic holiday abroad with their young children
Sam and Billie Faiers are notoriously close, and between them have three beautiful children. Sam, the star of hit ITV show The Mummy Diaries, is the proud mum to one-year-old Paul, while Billie gave birth to her second child, Arthur, at the beginning of March this year, making her two-year-old daughter Nelly an older sister. So it seemed just right that they would choose to go away together on holiday. Taking three young children on a busy aeroplane is certainly no easy task, but judging by Sam’s recent Instagram video, the doting mums managed just fine!
In the footage, cousins Paul and Nelly look like they are having the time of their lives as they fly towards their holiday destination. Meanwhile, little Arthur is seen relaxing on a chair – taking it all in his stride. “Let the family holiday fun & games being plus it’s Arthur’s first holiday,” Sam captured the video. Fans took to comment on the adorable clip, with one writing: “Baby goals,” while another said: “Incredibly cute.” A third commented on the luxurious looking flight, stating: “This is how I want to fly in the future.”
Over on Billie’s account, close cousins Paul and Nelly were captured in their buggies dressed in summer gear. “First Ones down at the swimming pool.. it’s becoming very tricky to get them both to look at the camera,” the 27-year-old wrote. In a second image, complete with a stunning sea-view backdrop, baby Arthur is seen resting in his doting mum’s arms, captioned: “7 weeks old today my beautiful baby.”
Billie opened up about Nelly and Paul’s sweet relationship. “They’re so cute together,” Billie said, later adding: “They chase each other, they laugh, they giggle. In the bath the other night, they were splashing and were hysterical. We could cry watching them!”
The sisters also spoke of their strong bond, and how it has only enhanced since becoming mothers, saying: “From when Billie was pregnant until now, we’ve just become so much closer. Both being parents, talking and sharing all our experiences, both being there at the births…”