Jonnie Irwin has shared a host of sweet family snaps as he enjoyed a few days by the seaside in Beadnell, Northumberland, with his loved ones.

The TV presenter, 49, took to Instagram on Wednesday to give an insight into his trip with his wife Jessica Holmes and their three kids – Rex, four, and twins Rafa and Cormac, two.

They were also joined by Jonnie’s sister Amanda as they spent some quality time together relaxing on the beach, eating ice creams and going paddleboarding.

Jonnie’s latest post comes after he gave a health update amid his terminal lung cancer battle, following his diagnosis in 2020.

In his latest post, the former A Place In The Sun star shared a selfie of himself smiling with his sister Amanda as they enjoyed a beachside walk together.

Holiday: Jonnie Irwin has shared a host of sweet family snaps as he enjoyed a few days by the seaside in Beadnell, Northumberland, with his loved ones, including his sister Amanda

Holiday: Jonnie Irwin has shared a host of sweet family snaps as he enjoyed a few days by the seaside in Beadnell, Northumberland, with his loved ones, including his sister Amanda

Holiday: Jonnie Irwin has shared a host of sweet family snaps as he enjoyed a few days by the seaside in Beadnell, Northumberland, with his loved ones, including his sister Amanda 

Beach trip: The TV presenter, 49, took to Instagram to give an insight into his trip with his wife Jessica Holmes (pictured) and their three kids - Rex, four, and twins Rafa and Cormac, two

Beach trip: The TV presenter, 49, took to Instagram to give an insight into his trip with his wife Jessica Holmes (pictured) and their three kids - Rex, four, and twins Rafa and Cormac, two

Beach trip: The TV presenter, 49, took to Instagram to give an insight into his trip with his wife Jessica Holmes (pictured) and their three kids – Rex, four, and twins Rafa and Cormac, two

Jonnie also shared snaps of himself smiling and eating ice cream with his young children, as well as a picture of his wife Jessica on a paddleboard with their son.

Jonnie also shared a sweet photograph of his three young children buried under the sand as they made precious memories on their family holiday.

Alongside the gallery of snaps, Jonnie penned: ‘Just grabbed a few days up the coast. Rain or shine Beadnell always impresses.’ 

It comes after Jonnie took to Instagram on Tuesday to give his 206,000 followers a health update amid his terminal cancer battle.

He praised the NHS after attending an MRI and CT scan to monitor his illness and told how he was surprised to find out his scan was taking place in an unlikely venue rather than hospital.

He shared on his social media that he was being scanned in portable scanners located at a nearby leisure centre car park. 

He said: ‘I got some scans today. Not in a hospital but in a leisure centre car park. MRI and CT unit. In this, surprisingly.

‘I actually had a great experience. We were able to park almost on the doorstep, no queue and done n dusted in under 15 minutes. Well done #nhs.’ 

Quality time: Jonnie also shared a picture of himself smiling alongside his son as they enjoyed a day at the beach

Quality time: Jonnie also shared a picture of himself smiling alongside his son as they enjoyed a day at the beach

Quality time: Jonnie also shared a picture of himself smiling alongside his son as they enjoyed a day at the beach

Adorable: Jonnie also shared a sweet photograph of his three young children buried under the sand as they made precious memories on their family holiday

Adorable: Jonnie also shared a sweet photograph of his three young children buried under the sand as they made precious memories on their family holiday

Adorable: Jonnie also shared a sweet photograph of his three young children buried under the sand as they made precious memories on their family holiday

Memories: Jonnie also shared a sweet snap of his smiling son enjoying an ice cream as he spent some quality time with his family

Memories: Jonnie also shared a sweet snap of his smiling son enjoying an ice cream as he spent some quality time with his family

Memories: Jonnie also shared a sweet snap of his smiling son enjoying an ice cream as he spent some quality time with his family 

Fans were quick to sent their well wishes under the post as one wrote: ‘You look really amazing Jonnie. Keep fighting all your fans have their hands on your back.’ 

A second commented: ‘Looking really well, Jonnie, sincerely. Hope you had a good break.’

Someone else wrote: ‘So glad it all went ok and was a positive experience for you! Scanxiety is a real thing, I know from experience, but when you have a good experience it certainly helps with future scans.’

A fourth supporter typed: ‘You look great. Good luck keeping everything crossed.’

The television personality is bravely battling the terminal disease after he was diagnosed with lung cancer in 2020, which has since spread to his brain.

Jonnie appeared on BBC Morning Live earlier this month to give fans a health update and talk about the importance of palliative care.

Jonnie previously admitted that the pain can get so bad that he seeks solace at a hospice, unwilling to let his family see him suffer.

Speaking to Hello! magazine, he explained: ‘I remove myself on a number of occasions because I’m not good to be around when I’m in pain.

‘I’m like a bear with a sore head and I don’t want them to be around that.’

Brave: It comes after Jonnie took to Instagram on Tuesday to give his 206,000 followers a health update amid his terminal cancer battle

Brave: It comes after Jonnie took to Instagram on Tuesday to give his 206,000 followers a health update amid his terminal cancer battle

Brave: It comes after Jonnie took to Instagram on Tuesday to give his 206,000 followers a health update amid his terminal cancer battle

Update: He praised the NHS after attending an MRI and CT scan to monitor his illness and told how he was surprised to find out his scan was taking place in an unlikely venue (pictured)

Update: He praised the NHS after attending an MRI and CT scan to monitor his illness and told how he was surprised to find out his scan was taking place in an unlikely venue (pictured)

Update: He praised the NHS after attending an MRI and CT scan to monitor his illness and told how he was surprised to find out his scan was taking place in an unlikely venue (pictured)

Family: Jonnie recently told how he has decided to keep his cancer battle a secret from his children, saying: 'It would be horrible news that they'd have to get their heads around'

Family: Jonnie recently told how he has decided to keep his cancer battle a secret from his children, saying: 'It would be horrible news that they'd have to get their heads around'

Family: Jonnie recently told how he has decided to keep his cancer battle a secret from his children, saying: ‘It would be horrible news that they’d have to get their heads around’

Discussing his death, the father-of-three added: ‘It can happen at any time. I’m here to stop it for as long as possible.’

The presenter also discussed his decision to keep the cancer battle a secret from his children.

‘I keep being asked, ‘Are you going to tell them?’ but tell them what? It would be horrible news that they’d have to get their heads around,’ he said.

‘And it would confuse the hell out of Rex – he’s got a shocking enough day coming. Let’s bury our heads in the sand for as long as possible.’

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