It looks as though Davina McCall is expanding her family with two new extremely fluffy pets.
The Long Lost Family presenter shared sweet snaps with her 905,000 Instagram followers showing off what appear to be her new pets.
Davina shared a snap of herself looking very happy while cuddling a very cute grey kitten enjoying a good old stretch, the 50-year-old wrote alongside the snap: “This is Boo.”
She then went on to share a snap of her father holding a very similar looking and rather sleepy kitten, adding: “This is Sully.” Aww!
It looks as though Davina is looking to add some pets to her family for when she eventually moves into a new home with her three children Holly, 16, Tilly, 14, and Chester, 11, after putting her £6.25million pound Sussex mansion up for sale earlier this year.
Davinas new furry additions come after a rather rocky year for the presenter as she is currently divorcing her husband of 17-years, Matthew Robertson.
The presenter then lost her beloved 98-year-old grandmother, Pippy, back in June this year.
But, it seems as though Davina is focused on her health and fitness this year. Especially since she recently spoke openly about being worried of getting cancer in the past following her sister, Carolines death from lung cancer in 2012.
“One in two of us is going to end up with cancer. Cancer used to play on my mind. Quite close to Carolines death I definitely would think about every niggle Oh, is this cancer?,” Davina confessed in an interview with The Mirror.
The star added: “Now I just think I am doing everything I can to stay fit and healthy… and life is what it is.”
Davina also opened up about the recent criticism she has received from online trolls claiming she is “too skinny”, but its clear she wont be changing for anyone.
She confessed: “As long as I feel good in myself about decisions that Ive made, or the way that I feel or look, thats the most important thing. And Im healthy.”
That sounds good to us, Davina!
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