She recently admitted she was struggling with home schooling and time management in lockdown.
But Fearne Cotton seemed to be seeing the lighter side of quarantine, as she posted a set of hilarious throwback snaps of herself as a teenager in the 90s.
The presenter, 38, uploaded a series of four photographs to her Instagram on Saturday showing her beaming to the camera.
Throwback: Fearne Cotton seemed to be seeing the lighter side of quarantine as she posted a set of hilarious throwback snaps of herself as a teenager in the 90s on Saturday
In the first she’s sported a very retro crimped hairdo while cuddling Jasper the dog from the 90s GMTV show Diggit.
The second throwback snap showed Fearne in her ‘Sporty Spice phase’ posing next to her grandmother who had purple hair.
In the third photograph a moody-looking Fearne looked off to the side of the camera while sporting ‘a heavy fringe and my face withOUT eye bags. Unseen since the 90’s.’
All smiles: The presenter, 38, uploaded a series of four photographs to her Instagram on Saturday showing her grinning
The final picture shows Fearne on the set of Diggit and rocking a 90s plait in her hair.
Fearne uploaded the adorable series of photographs to promote her new BBC Sounds podcast, Sounds of the 90s.
She posted the pictures for her 3.1million followers with the caption: ‘Your weekly reminder that there is a brand new episode of Sounds of the 90’s for you.
She captioned the pictures: ‘Your weekly reminder that there is a brand new episode of Sounds of the 90’s for you’
‘Exhibit a) jasper the dog from Diggit.
‘Exhibit b) my sporty spice phase and my nan Ruby’s purple hair.
‘Exhibit c) a heavy fringe and my face withOUT eye bags. Unseen since the 90’s.
‘Exhibit d) on the set of Diggit with a pointless small plait.’
Fearne recently posted a similar throwback snap revealing herself as a teenager with braces.
Hysterical: Fearne recently posted a similarly hilarious throwback snap to her as a teenager with braces
She is flashing a toothy grin which reveals a clunky set of braces.
Fearne captioned the picture: ‘Just when you thought I’d run out of 90’s photos to remind you that there’s a fresh new episode Sounds Of the 90’s on BBC Sounds I pull this out of the bag.
‘So many things to discuss. The mouth bursting with braces. The Kermit Clein poster!!!!!!
Then and now: The presenter, 38, uploaded a photograph of herself as a teenager sitting next to her mother in the 90s
‘My name written in shells most definitely purchased on a camping trip to the Isle of Wight. The boarder at the top of the wallpaper. The two tone hair. I could go on….
‘Enjoy the music on this weeks show! There are some nostalgic bangers in there for you!’
Fearne has been hosting the podcast show for six weeks during lockdown in a bid to keep listeners’ spirits high.
The presenter, who is always candid with her followers, recently uploaded an Instagram where she beams for the camera while flashing her abs in a crop top.
Radiant: She recently admitted that she was struggling with lockdown. Yet Fearne credited her daily exercise with bringing her comfort amid the coronavirus pandemic
Looking radiant as she posed makeup-free whilst pushing her hair away from her face, she penned: ‘Me and my slightly hairy armpits have just done a 40 minute workout.
‘As a self professed control freak who isn’t great with change, my daily work out has been a comfort and necessity.
‘My kids may have been arguing over a colouring book throughout but hey we’re all muddling through.
‘Love and good vibes to you all today. Love to those in my family who are showing extreme strength at the moment. Love and good VIBES!’
Candid: Fearne has been sharing candid insights during lockdown and recently discussed the difficulties of trying to navigate a blended family amid the UK coronavirus crisis
Fearne has been sharing candid insights during lockdown and recently discussed the difficulties of trying to navigate a blended family amid the UK coronavirus crisis.
The presenter shares Rex, seven, and Honey, four, with her rocker beau Jesse Wood, who also has Arthur, 18, and Lola, 14, with his ex-wife Tilly.
She said: ‘I, like many of you, are part of a blended family and after last night’s announcement it’s really difficult to know how to play that. My step-kids come and go from both houses — to our house, to their mum and step-dad’s.
‘From what we’ve read, we think the best approach is to take it as long as both sets of parents have no symptoms or children, and they haven’t in the last two weeks, we should be able to continue having the kids dropped off or picking them up.
‘So we can spend time with them because the thought of not seeing them for, God knows how long, is tricky. There’s so much more I want to say but my brain is scrambled, I haven’t had much sleep. So much love to you all, stay home and safe.’
It comes after Fearne jokingly claimed that her two children have ‘no respect for her whatsoever’ during homeschooling.
Blended family: The presenter shares Rex, seven, and Honey, four, with her rocker beau Jesse Wood, who also has Arthur, 18, and Lola, 14, with his ex-wife Tilly