Ferne McCann has given a glimpse inside her trip to Devon with her daughter Sunday to visit her dad ahead of her Maldives trip.
The First Time Mum star, 31, who recently shared her own Elf on the Shelf ideas, enjoyed a much-needed staycation with her four year old little girl Sunday to visit her dad Simon McCann in North Devon.
Ferne looked every inch the natural beauty as she posed on the beach with Sunday while taking a stroll with her dad and his dogs.
Meanwhile Sunday appeared to be in her element as she enjoyed some time in the great outdoors with her grandad before tucking into pancakes next to the Christmas tree and enjoyed an apple and raspberry J20 in a country pub.
Ferne's mum Gill McCann stars on her daughter's ITVBe show although it appears that her dad prefers to live a private life as his face is not pictured in the snaps posted to her 2.6million Instagram followers.
Pictured with her daughter on her shoulders during a country walk, Ferne penned: "Country reset. Feeling fully recharged after spending a few days at my Dad’s in Devon. Now back just in time for the Christmas madness and magic."
However Ferne has hinted that she is jetting out to the four-star luxury all-inclusive Siyam World Maldives to join Billie and Greg Shepherd along with their children Nelly and Arthur.
Commenting on a snap of seven year old Nelly enjoying a non-alcoholic strawberry daiquiri, Ferne commented: "We are so excited to see you guys soon."
Meanwhile Billie responded: "Not long now see yous very soon."
It comes after Ferne previously admitted she was an "emotional wreck" on First Time Mum as her daughter Sunday left nursery and started pre-school.
At the start of the episode, Ferne revealed that she had just done the last nursery drop off and it was "starting to sink in".
The star got emotional as she admitted: "I haven't been able to speak about it, my mum rang earlier, some of my friends messaged me. I was like: 'No!'
"I feel really emotional because this is a massive step, this is the next chapter in Sunday's life and she has been going to that nursery since she was eight months old and now she's nearly four, starting pre-school."
Ferne said: "I am proud of her, proud of me, proud of the little team that me and Sunday have become."
After watching Sunday get into her uniform ready for the big day, Ferne said: “I'm loving the fact that she doesn't seem nervous and she seems to be taking this all in her stride.”
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