Emma Willis shares sweet snap of rarely seen daughter Trixie as she celebrates her fifth birthday

Emma Willis shares sweet snap of rarely seen daughter Trixie as she celebrates her fifth birthday


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Emma Wills shared a sweet post of her rarely seen daughter Trixie during her fifth birthday celebrations.

In a post shared to her Instagram Stories on Tuesday, the former Big Brother presenter's youngest child unwrapped a pile of birthday presents in rainbow-themed wrapping paper.

"My little Trix is 5 today," the 45-year-old captioned the sweet image alongside a red heat emoji.

Emma chose Stevie Wonder's rendition of Happy Birthday to play in the background of the birthday post.

The former model also shares daughter Isabelle, 11, and nine-year-old son Ace with her husband, Matt Willis.

The pair have been happily married since 2008. However, former Busted singer Matt recently claimed that the Church of Scientology tried to break up his marriage to Emma.

The 37-year-old became a Scientologist and would make regular trips to the London headquarters after coming out of rehab following his drug and alcohol addiction.

However, his time within the religious movement didn't last long as he soon believed they were trying to isolate him away from friends and family and separate him from his wife Emma.

After joining, Matt, who was "lost in the world" following rehab, claimed he felt under pressure to commit after they discovered he was a celebrity.

He told The Sun: "What I was taking from it was that your environment, your friends and the people you're closest to are your problem.

"They were like, 'There's someone in your life who's actually draining you, who's a negative force, and it's normally the person closest to you'. And it's like, 'I think they're trying to split my f***ing marriage up now'."

Matt, who was recently spotted training to become a Covid vaccine volunteer with Emma, quickly left Scientology after coming to the realisation.

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