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Marvin And Rochelle Humes Make Unusual Decision To Post More Pics Of Kids On Social Media

Marvin And Rochelle Humes Make Unusual Decision To Post More Pics Of Kids On Social Media

Marvin and Rochelle Humes have revealed they’re going to be sharing more photos of their family on social media from now on.

The celebrity couple, who are parents to Alaia, six, and Valentina, two, said their eldest daughter had asked why her cousins and other family were featured on social media, but not her.

“And to be honest, we don’t really have the answer,” wrote Marvin, in an Instagram post sharing photos of his daughters. “Obviously it was coming from a place of protection but maybe to a fault, let’s face it none of us really have this figured out.

“So here they are our little ladies, they won’t be on here often but thought you might like to meet them.”


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Rochelle also made a statement on her own Instagram account, alongside more photos of the family. “I think it would be weird for me to post this without saying anything, but we’ve made the choice to share a bit more of our family,” she wrote, before echoing the same comments as her husband. 

At the end of the post, she added: “Please be kind.” 

On both Instagram posts, many fans have commented writing how “beautiful” their daughters are. 

“I actually feel quite emotional reading that post,” one person wrote. “So so so incredible.” Another commented: “What a wonderful honest post, and it’s great you are listening to your daughter. Thank you for this!”

Rochelle has often shared photos of her daughters where their faces are covered – or posted photos of adorable letters they’ve written her.

But it looks like we’ll be seeing more of the family of four soon. 

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