She might be a mum-of-two, but television presenter Fearne Cotton proved she’s brilliant at multi-tasking, as she juggled motherhood and fitness over the weekend.

Sharing a photo of herself performing a Trikonasana (triangle) yoga pose, the 36-year-old told her 2.1 million Instagram followers: “Sunday morning kitchen yoga amongst the chaos.”

Fans instantly rushed to comment on the photo, as they picked up on her children’s toys lying on the floor in the background and praised the Celebrity Juice captain for her honest portrayal of motherhood.

“Fantastic. Love the ‘chaos’. It’s the same at our house,” one fan commented.

“I love that your pictures show chaos and kids stuff in the background!” another said.

“That ‘giddy up’ horsey on the floor tho,” a third  wrote, adding a laughing emoji.

“Haha I tried to do exactly the same with my 2 year old running around!” one wrote.

Sunday morning kitchen yoga amongst the chaos

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Other followers were so impressed by the photo, it inspired them to  work out as well.

“You are amazing – it’s nap time for my 4 month old baby and I just slob and get a cuppa! Really should start doing some exercise- inspirational x” one said.

“Goes to show can do yoga anywhere anytime have only recently taken up and love it,” a second added.

“Wish I could do that,” another said.

Bed heads. Early morning drawing. ♥️

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Fearne is mum to Rex, five, and Honey Krissy, two – who she shares with her husband of three years, musician Jesse Wood.

She is also a proud step mum  to Jesse’s children, Arthur and Lola –  from his previous marriage to Tilly Wood – and has admitted the experience helped her to later take care of her own children.

“I’ve got two step-children. I was 29 when I met my husband it was quite an induction to being a proper parent. Rex adores and idolises them,” she previously said.

Following the birth of her son Rex in 2013, radio presenter Fearne opted for a career change in a bid to put her family first.

“I think when you do become a mum everything changes. Your whole priorities and how you look at your career change,” she confessed.

“You really want it to fit around your life and not the other way around. For me I’m just looking at new ways to do what I love.”

Now, she’s a successful designer, cook and bestselling author of Happy and Yoga Babies, which teaches children basic yoga positions.

You go, Fearne!