Fearne Cotton has revealed that Emma Willis’ son Ace has offered to make her a dress.

Former Big Brother host Emma shares three children – Isabelle, Ace and Trixie – with her husband Matt Willis, and was recently praised for breaking gender stereotypes with her kids.

She rarely shares photos of them, but had fans’ hearts melting with a snap of her middle child donning jeans, a pink top, and matching pink trainers, and sporting long hair.

Fearne was one of the stars to comment on the post, writing: ‘I miss Ace! When is he making me that dress?’

He’s clearly a fashion designer in the making, especially with his mum dubbing him a ‘style icon.’

Emma Bunton also sent her love to Ace on the snap, writing: Just gorgeous! We ❤️ Ace! X,’ while Big Brother’s Bit On The Side presenter AJ Odudu added: ‘😍The level of style we can only aspire to! 🙌🏾✨’.

Elsewhere in the comments, fans supported Ace and Emma, with one writing: ‘Just shows how far we have to go in breaking down gender stereotypes. Pink is simply a colour. Hair grows. Let kids (or adults) wear whatever they want!’

‘Your son is an inspiration. Coming from a mummy of a son who loves pink, Rainbows and his Elsa dress,’ another mused.

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My little style icon ❤️ (Ace, not Matt 😂) #Acedit

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‘He is following his own story and not bound by stupid society stereotypes.’

Previously opening up to Cosmopolitan about parenthood and the confidence it’s given her, Emma explained: ‘Things started to go really well for me as soon as I had kids.

‘Sometimes, interviewing people, I would feel so intimidated and nervous.

‘But when you’ve had kids, it gives you confidence – you think, “I’m a mum. I’m not scared. If I can raise a human being, I can do this.”‘

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