Helen Skelton's son thrown out of playgroup
Helen Skelton had admitted she felt "sick" after her son Ernie was told to leave playgroup after he "screamed the place down"
Helen Skelton's son was thrown out of a playgroup in France for screaming.
The 'Countryfile' presenter's 19-month-old son Ernie - who she has with husband Richie Myler - had to leave the creche after just 20 minutes because he wouldn't stop shouting, and the 33-year-old beauty has admitted she felt "sick" after embarrassingly walking out.
Taking to Instagram to share a picture of Ernie sleeping in his car seat in the back, she wrote: "Worst day of my parenting life. Asked to leave after 20 mins. Screamed the place down screaming his version of "mama let's go!" Constantly. #parentfail #kidswinning #mumfail #childcare (sic)"
The blonde beauty - who is expecting her second child with the 26-year-old professional rugby star - was feeling "nervous" about taking her little boy to the child care centre.
Before going in, she shared a picture of him walking through the playground, with the caption: "French play group .... let's do this .... why do I feel sick ..... #nervousparent #family #mum #toddler #childcare #school #family (sic)"
Helen has since taken to Twitter to admit that it was her fault her son was told to leave and praised the centre's staff.
She wrote: "Wow storm in a tea cup: we love the French crèche. Staff are superb! Can't account for a toddler mood sometimes! My fault not theirs xx (sic)"
It comes two months after Helen announced she is pregnant again in a series of adorable tweets.
One post featured her son grinning and holding a board which read "Ready for my partner in crime, due Spring 2017."
The former 'Blue Peter' presenter captioned the photo: "Three getting set to become four. #newbaby #feelingblessed (sic)"
On another photo of the whole family, Helen simply wrote: "#newbaby (sic)"
And sources close to the couple say they're "excited" to welcome the bundle of joy next year.
An insider said: "They are excited Ernie will have a brother or sister. It's due in Spring 2017."