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Gregg Wallace has shared an achingly cute snap of little lad Sid.
The one-year-old – who MasterChef's Gregg shares with wife Anne-Marie Sterpini – could be seen splashing about with his bath toys in a sweet photo his famous dad shared to Instagram.
"So cute!!!" one fan commented below.
"Bless him," another offered, and shared a heart emoji.
"He's so adorable!" a third gushed.
Gregg and Anne-Marie welcomed the little lad in May 2019, after three years of married life.
This comes after Gregg opened up about past struggles with booze, turning to alcohol in a bid to ease the pain of his loneliness after the breakdown of his second marriage.
Gregg and Anne-Marie share one-year-old Sid
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They split in 2005, and Gregg would reach for the bottle as early as 10am.
"I felt like death," he told OK! magazine. "All I wanted to do was go somewhere and die.
"Yet I ordered a gin and tonic, knocked that back, and felt instantly better. Then I had another one and thought, 'Oh, this is an issue.'"
Last year saw Gregg overhaul his lifestyle, getting ripped in lockdown and parading the results on Instagram.
Gregg shared the sweet snap of son Sid
Gregg's now absolutely jacked after a lifestyle overhaul
He managed to shed a staggering four stone by ditching his unhealthy diet and taking on some serious workouts.
"The doctor said you have huge cholesterol here," Gregg recalled, "unless you do something you're going to have a heart attack."
Referencing before-and-after snaps of Good Morning Britain, he added: "I went on a weight loss and fitness site and in there I tell you how I went from the guy on the left hand side of the screen [to the one on the right]. I'm 56 years old what do you think guys."
Gregg overhauled his lifestyle after a stark warning from doctors
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He's now dedicated to fitness and healthy eating, but insists it's achievable for everyone
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Penning a column for The Mirror, Gregg shared his tips and tricks to tuck in that tummy and craft a healthier lifestyle.
"I did it by filling myself up at every meal time with healthy, nutritious food," he advised.
"There is no way of exercising off a bad diet. Use your conscience as a guide – it knows when you're eating and drinking the wrong things."
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