He has barely been able to contain his excitement since welcoming his fifth child last weekend, and after a week at home with the family, Jamie Oliver couldn’t resist the urge to share his gratitude with the world.


The celebrity chef ‘hijacked’ wife Jools’ Instagram account this weekend to pay the most beautiful tribute to her and devoted mums everywhere.


Posting a photo of an exhausted Jools catching forty-winks alongside their newborn son, Jamie heaped on the praise for his wife of 16 years.



“I can’t tell you what a wicked mum this chick is…Big love to all the mums out there, it’s a hard graft, amazing,” he gushed.


The ‘naked’ chef added, playfully: “Happy weekend, people; and when Jools finds out I hacked her account, all I can say is, I love you.”


As you can imagine, the couple’s followers adored the proud father’s romantic sentiments.



One fan responded: “Beautiful words from you, Jamie, and your two precious bundles look peaceful.”


As touched as Jools’ 358K-strong following was, however, they let it be known that they’re growing impatient with the secrecy surrounding Baby’s name!



Hanging out with my boy in the veg patch!! As you do ... big love guys, happy Thursday jamie o xx X xx

A photo posted by Jamie Oliver (@jamieoliver) on


“Dying to know this little guy’s name,” wrote one follower, echoing the sentiments of so many others.


We are loving these gorgeous insights into the Oliver family’s life with baby number five.


SHARE with a fan of the family who will love Jamie’s romantic tribute.



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