Matt Willis reveals terrifying moment he FORGOT sleeping baby in the car and he left tot alone to see friends

MATT Willis has revealed the terrifying moment he FORGOT his sleeping baby in the back of his car and he left the tot alone to see friends.

The Busted singer opened up about his "most embarrassing parenting moment" after doing the school run.

Matt, 37, married to TV's Emma Willis, is dad to their three children 11-year-old Isabelle, Ace, nine, and Trixie, four.

Speaking on Dancing on Ice semi-finalist Ben Hanlin's new podcast Ben Behaving Dadly, Matt, said: "I can tell you the one moment that made me go 'oh s***.'

"So I couldn't find a place to park, school parking. So I parked the car. Got the kids out, had to drop them off. Dropped the first one off, dropped the second one off. I'm dropping the second child off, I'm talking to another parent.

"Suddenly, I thought to myself… this is nice. I'm talking to this parent, and I had had this overwhelming feeling. A different feeling I hadn't felt for a while, which felt stress free. Realising, I had left Trixie in the car. "




"The entire time. A five-week-old baby in the f***ing car seat on her own.

"I mean I legged it. So literally I was in the middle of a conversation with these two parents, and I ran. I don't think I've even explained to them why I've gone 'Oh my God' and ran off. "

He added: "But then I ran back, checked, she was still asleep and everything was fine.

"I wanted, believe me I wanted to keep that one a secret. That was one of those ones where I was like, I am in deep, deep trouble for this. "



"But I couldn't. As soon as Emma came back from work, I went 'I've got something to tell you. I did something today.' "

Meanwhile earlier this month Emma shared a rare family snap of her three kids and husband Matt as they all took a break from homeschooling.

The perfectly lit picture showed the family taking a late afternoon stroll across a muddy field.

Matt could be seen holding hands with Trixie, as Ace and Isabelle ran ahead.

Emma,captioned the sweet shot: "Favourite time of the day… ❤️"

The pair were recently praised for raising their son Ace free of the usual gender stereotypes.

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March 18th

 

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