Ulrika Jonsson shares snap of rarely-seen son as she takes a break from shooting Celebs Go Dating

ULRIKA Jonsson shared a sweet selfie with her rarely-seen son Cameron as she enjoyed a break from Celebs Go Dating filming.

The presenter, 54, took to her Instagram Story yesterday to pose for a rare photo with her 27-year-old son from her first marriage to John Turnbull.

Captioning the beaming shot, she penned across it: "When your boy meets you in between filming".

Ulrika is also mum to Bo, 21, Martha, 17 and Malcolm, 13, who she welcomed with their respective fathers – Markus Kempen, Lance Gerrard-Wright and Brian Monet.

Earlier this year the TV star hit back at a nasty troll who made comments about how her children have all been fathered by different men.

Ulrika shared the rude message which read: “Four children. All with different fathers. Such a mixed up world we now live in.”

Furious, Ulrika told her followers: “We have another Karen amongst us. You know the ones with two followers and a***hole for a mouth."

It came shortly after she offered support to Stacey Solomon, who has also been cruelly criticised for having her children with different fathers.

Writing in her column for The Sun, she explained: “For me, it wasn’t just about the humour of it. It was meant to injure. To hurt and, above all, to shame a woman. I didn’t particularly want to be associated with the label because I felt no sense of shame. At all.

“My simple history was made to look and seem complicated by the fact that my life had worked out differently to normal expectations — to the 'norm'.

“The simple truth — which applies to both me and Stacey — is that we are good, caring mothers. We chose to have our children — we longed for them, regardless of the circumstances of their creation.”

Elsewhere, Ulrika has been busy filming the upcoming series of Celebs Go Dating, which The Sun exclusively revealed last month.

A source told us at the time: “Ulrika jumped at the chance.

"The idea of being properly matched up to someone by experts is ideal for her after a few failed romances. Ulrika is a big name and has an interesting back story.

“She is one of the older celebs to have taken part in the series and it adds a totally different element to the show. Plus she’s a great sport and knows what makes great TV.”

The previous series saw celebs move into The Manson to adhere to Covid protocol but for 2022 the doors to the agency will be reopened.

Ulrika joins Towie's Chloe Brockett, 21, MAFS star Nikita Jasmine, 27, Abz Love, 42, Made In Chelsea’s Miles Nazaire, 25, and Apprentice 2019 Ryan Mark Parsons, 21, on the series.

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