08 November 2019 02:40

Clemmie Hooper

CLEMMIE HOOPER is a 33-year-old mother, midwife and author. Also a blogger, Hooper's Instagram handle @Mother_Of_Daughters boats over 675,000 followers. In 2010, Clemmie started her gas blog titled Gas & Air. In it she posted stories regarding the birth of her children and shared her thoughts on Mum life and as a midwife, all of which has helped her stand out from the other mum blogs on the net. Hooper took her writing skills to another level and released her first book in early 2017, called How To Grow A Baby & Push It Out. The young mum wanted to help out mums of the future, and decided to release a journal called How To Grow A Baby, for mums to fill out during their pregnancies. What about the rest of her family?

Like his wife, Simon Hooper is also an author. He drew inspiration from Clemmie to create his own Instagram account in 2018, known as @Fathers_Of_Daughters, as has now has an impressive 1 million followers on the popular social media site. Last April, the 35-year-old published his first parenting book, Forever Outnumbered. The couple have four daughters: 12-year-old Anya Rose Hooper, 9-year-old Marnie Hooper and twins Ottilie and Delilah, who are both 3 years old. MOST POPULAR IN SHOWBIZ Latest city drama Cops arrest man after alleged early morning disturbance in centre of Edinburgh NO GO Boris Johnson says 'no' to Nicola Sturgeon's IndyRef2 demand EDEN WHO?

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