GIOVANNA Fletcher has taken homeschooling to the next level, setting up a CLASSROOM for her sons in lockdown.
The I'm A Celebrity winner and Queen of the Castle has turned teacher as she unveiled the work room alongside husband Tom, 35.
The 35-year-old and her McFly singer husband took to Instagram to share a bird's eye snap as their eldest sons Buzz, 6, and Buddy, 4, studied.
Doting mum Giovanna sat supervising in a chair between her two boys, ready to lean over and offer a helping hand.
Dad Tom lifted the camera high to give fans a good look at the set-up, which included two miniature desks and chairs for the children.
The set-ups – which can be found on Amazon for £125 – include space for a laptop or workbooks, a lamp, a handy book-stand and space for a water bottle.
Rocking his signature circular glasses, Giovanna sported a pair of matching floral pyjamas and unbrushed hair to capture the reality of having kids in lockdown.
Posting the photo on social media, Tom revealed to fans: "The new classroom #homeschool #parenting #kids."
The two boys appeared to be getting stuck in with their schoolwork, while third son Max, 2, remained absent from the snap despite an even smaller third table and chair set fit for him.
Giovanna's classroom set-up comes just over a week after the Prime Minister was forced to close schools and plunge the UK into national lockdown.
In between homeschooling, Giovanna confessed that she has struggled with her body image throughout her life, but that giving birth made her embrace her figure.
She exclusively told The Sun: "When I was pregnant with Buzz, I felt so womanly, I loved my curves and what my body was doing.
"It was the first time I felt like I could celebrate my body because it was doing an amazing thing. The female form is incredible.”
Throughout her journey, husband Tom has been by her side – with the couple first meeting at school as childhood sweethearts.
The pop star showed his adoration for his wife in an earlier interview, where he suggested they may even team up to make music.
He said: 'The band has always been my priority. But we love singing with each other. We've done YouTube videos before for fun, so who knows?
"We have talked about duetting before. It's just time. We'd have to find something that excited us both."
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