Chloe Sims shares sweet throwback pictures with daughter Madison as she celebrates Mother’s Day
She has opted to keep her daughter mostly out of the limelight.
Yet Chloe Sims shared a slew of adorable throwbacks with her only child as she celebrated Mother’s Day on Sunday.
The TOWIE star, 37, looked every inch the doting mother as she cradled daughter Madison, now 14.
Adorable: Chloe Sims, 37, shared a slew of adorable throwbacks with her daughter Madison as she celebrated Mother’s Day on Sunday
Chloe captioned the sweet images: ‘A MOTHERS LOVE FOR HER CHILD IS LIKE NOTHING ELSE IN THIS WORLD.. IT KNOWS NO LAW.. NO PITY.. – Agatha Christie.
‘Almost 14 years ago with my whole world Madison the second photo was almost 15 years ago’.
Chloe, who has always kept her love life before TOWIE private, gave birth to Madison when she was 18.
Young mother: Chloe, who has always kept her love life before TOWIE private, gave birth to Madison when she was 18 (pictured in January)
In a past interview with New! magazine, she said: ‘I was with Maddie’s dad, Matthew, for seven years, but we ended up like brother and sister and that isn’t what I want.
‘I’ve only ever been in love once and that wasn’t with Madison’s dad. It was with the most amazing man I ever met – he was so funny with perfect looks. I really fancied him.
‘She [Madison] has a good relationship with her dad. I’m very close to her dad’s parents. She is surrounded by people who love her.’
So sweet: The TOWIE star looked every inch the doting mother as she cradled daughter Madison, now 14
Chloe lives with her teenage daughter so will be able to see her this Mother’s Day, unlike thousands of Britons who have been urged to stay away from their relatives amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus was classed a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO) last week, leading countries such as Italy, Spain, China and the UK to implement nationwide lockdowns.
Prime Minster Boris Johnson, 55, said in a message by The Mail On Sunday: ‘The sad news is that means staying away. This year the best thing is to ring her, videocall her, Skype her, but avoid unnecessary physical contact or proximity.
‘And why? Because if your mother is elderly or vulnerable, then I am afraid all the statistics show that she is much more likely to die from coronavirus.’
Lucky: Chloe lives with her teenage daughter so will be able to see her this Mother’s Day, unlike thousands of Britons who have been urged to stay away from their relatives
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