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Cat Deeley dances during a homeschooling lesson with her son Milo

Daily Mail logo Daily Mail 07/01/2021 Natasha Hooper For Mailonline
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The UK has been plunged into a third nationwide lockdown following a surge in coronavirus cases. 

And Cat Deeley showed her sense of humour at home on Thursday as she bopped her head and 'shook her tail feather' will trying to homeschool her son, Milo, four. 

The TV presenter, 44, shared the hilarious video to her Instagram story and admitted she was 'losing her mind' while stuck indoors. 

a person sitting on a table: Ha! Amid the nationwide lockdown, Cat Deeley showed her sense of humour on Thursday as she bopped her head and 'shook her tail feather' will trying to homeschool her son, Milo, four © Provided by Daily Mail Ha! Amid the nationwide lockdown, Cat Deeley showed her sense of humour on Thursday as she bopped her head and 'shook her tail feather' will trying to homeschool her son, Milo, four

Cat was sat down with her son for a lesson as he said: 'Let me see you [shake your tail feather],' before she promptly responded: 'No, I want to see you read first and then I'll do it'.

However it didn't take much convincing, as her son chanted the phrase from the Ray Charles song, the mother-of-two decided to join in and she wiggled her shoulders from side to side. 

She used the children's book Tails - which she was trying to get Milo to read - as a prop to dance with. 

Her son captured the amusing video which she captioned: 'Losing my mind... With a four year old!' 

'Homeschooling negotiations': The TV presenter, 44, shared the hilarious video to her Instagram story and admitted she was 'losing her mind' while stuck indoors © Provided by Daily Mail 'Homeschooling negotiations': The TV presenter, 44, shared the hilarious video to her Instagram story and admitted she was 'losing her mind' while stuck indoors

In a separate clip, Cat shared an adorable heart drawing created by Milo as she encouraged her fellow homeschooling parents to 'hang in there'. 

The TV host also has a son named James, two, and she shares both children with her TV presenter husband, Patrick Kielty,

Cat and her husband, 49, lived happily in Los Angeles for over 14 years. However they put their Beverly Hills mansion on the market for $4.9 million (£3.8 million), in August last year.

The couple now reside in a North London property together with their two children, so that they can live closer to their British family.  

Boogie: As her son chanted the phrase from the Ray Charles song, the mother-of-two joined in and wiggled her shoulders from side to side, using the children's book, Tails, as a prop © Provided by Daily Mail Boogie: As her son chanted the phrase from the Ray Charles song, the mother-of-two joined in and wiggled her shoulders from side to side, using the children's book, Tails, as a prop shape: So sweet: In a separate clip, Cat shared an adorable heart drawing created by Milo as she encouraged her fellow homeschooling parents to 'hang in there' © Provided by Daily Mail So sweet: In a separate clip, Cat shared an adorable heart drawing created by Milo as she encouraged her fellow homeschooling parents to 'hang in there'

A source told The Sun: 'Cat was discussing putting the house up for sale months ago, they didn't want to rent it out because they were considering buying a property in the UK. This is more of a permanent move.

'She is a household name, and they both made it work in LA, but Patrick gets a lot more work back home, and she could always fly back and forth when the pandemic eases up.' 

The insider added that both Cat and Patrick were 'more than ready for this' as they dream of raising their children in the UK.

The presenter also recently revealed she is 'done' with children and has no desire to try for a girl.   

'No, I think I'm done. I love my boys. I can't believe how lucky I am to have them,' she told Closer magazine. 'I'm good, I think. Ask me again in 12 months' time!'

'Being a working mum of two is kind of like a massive juggle, where you throw all the balls up in the air and you try to keep them all up there.'

Cat and Patrick met when they presented Fame Academy together in 2002 and remained pals for almost a decade before making their debut as a couple in March 2012.

They tied the knot just six months later in a traditional Catholic ceremony in Rome, Italy, in September 2012, which was an intimate affair with just six family and friends each.

a man and a woman sitting on a bench: Home is where the heart is: The TV personality recently moved back to North London from Los Angeles with her husband Patrick Kielty, Milo, and their other son James, two (pictured in 2020) © Provided by Daily Mail Home is where the heart is: The TV personality recently moved back to North London from Los Angeles with her husband Patrick Kielty, Milo, and their other son James, two (pictured in 2020) Read more
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