Jonnie Irwin enjoyed what looked like a glorious holiday with his family as they spent a few days away from home, sharing precious pictures from their quality time together.
The A Place in the Sun star three children with wife Jessica Holmes – Rex, four, and two-year-old twins Rafa and Cormac.
Last November, the 49-year-old announced that his cancer was terminal, having spread to his brain after his initial lung cancer diagnosis in April 2020.
In June this year, Jonnie shared that he hadn’t told his kids about his health after being given months to live, as he felt doing so might ‘confuse’ them.
In a new post shared on Instagram, the presenter wrote in the caption: ‘The best weather, best fun and the very best people for a few days away.’
He shared several photos of his wife, kids and himself living life to the full on their vacation, including one where he was sitting on a sun lounger with his three sons wearing matching, adorable shirts.
In the first picture, Jessica could be seen reclining on the grass with a drink in her hand and the pool visible behind her.
In another, their children were lined up, with Rex wearing what looks like a shark’s fin on his back, and one of the twins wearing inflatable armbands.
Jonnie and Jessica were joined by friends on the trip, with one of the photos showing the group all sharing a meal as they looked up at the camera.
In the final image, which presumably might have been taken on the last day of the holiday, Jessica was photographed waving while carrying some bags.
Several of Jonnie’s Instagram followers expressed their adoration of his ‘precious’ family moments that he shared with them.
‘Precious pics ❤️,’ one person said, while another wrote: ‘A great time was had by all ❤️❤️ fabulous memories being made Jonnie x.’
Someone else commented: ‘Nothing better than a few days away with family and friends. Enjoy. ❤️.’
‘What a trio of darlings!’ one person wrote of Jonnie and Jessica’s children, as another added: ‘Beautiful family. Stay strong Jonnie. ❤️❤️❤️.’
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