Millie Mackintosh gushed about her husband Hugo Taylor in a heartfelt Father’s Day Instagram post on Sunday.
The reality starlet, 32, shared adorable photos of her loved-up family and said that watching him as a parent is ‘one of the greatest joys in (her) life’.
The sweet snaps featured the Made in Chelsea star, 36, cuddling up with the couple’s two daughters – Sienna, two, and six-month-old Aurelia.
Family fun: Millie Mackintosh gushed about her husband Hugo Taylor in a heartfelt Father’s Day Instagram post on Sunday
Adorable: The reality star, 32, shared adorable photos of her loved-up family and said that watching him as a parent is ‘one of the greatest joys in (her) life’
He was also pictured reading for and playing with the children, as well as feeding the little ones.
Sharing the carousel with her 1.4 million followers, Millie wrote: ‘Happy Father’s Day @hugotaylorlondon, it’s one of the greatest joys in my life watching you with our girls.
‘They are the luckiest to have you as their Daddy and seeing how you are with them only makes me love you more, today we celebrate you.’
Cute: The sweet snaps featured the Made in Chelsea star, 36, cuddling up with the couple’s two daughters – Sienna, two, and six-month-old Aurelia
The media personality also took to her Stories to celebrate her own father, sharing a photo of them together.
She penned: ‘Happy Father’s Day also to my Dad! The kindest and most wonderful father a girl could wish for.’
Millie and Hugo met on the set of E4’s long-running reality show Made In Chelsea and are approaching their fourth wedding anniversary.
Super sweet: He was also pictured reading for and playing with the children, as well as feeding the little ones
It comes as Millie earlier this month announced she is renaming her podcast after being accused of copying the name from a popular breastfeeding support Instagram page.
The reality star star was accused of failing to do her due diligence and copying the name Mama’s Milk for her new parenting podcast.
She recently launched her podcast alongside her close friend Charlie Bound, who is also a mother of two but just days after the launch she was forced to apologise for her choice of name.
Parenting: Sharing the carousel with her 1.4 million followers, Millie wrote: ‘Happy Father’s Day @hugotaylorlondon, it’s one of the greatest joys in my life watching you with our girls’
Emily, who runs Instagram page and retail brand mamas.milk, had criticised Millie and her company for using her name, admitting ‘it’s a kick in the teeth’ after four years of hard work.
Posting an update, Millie told her Instagram followers: ‘After many conversations with my team in the last 24 hours, I have decided to change the name of our podcast.’
‘I never intended to copy or take a free ride off anyone else’s name and hard work and although legally – after undertaking trade mark checks – we may be entitled to use it, morally it just isn’t the right thing to do.’
Millie’s post continued: ‘They are the luckiest to have you as their Daddy and seeing how you are with them only makes me love you more, today we celebrate you’
Explaining how she and her team came up with the name, she continued: ‘For those of you who have listened to our podcast Mama’s Milk you will know that the name stemmed from us ‘spilling the milk’ and chatting all things love, life and little ones.’
‘However, we have a duty of care to our listeners and other brands to not cause confusion around use of names. I would not feel comfortable moving forward with the current name knowing the upset it has caused and we are sincerely sorry for that.’
Millie ended her post titled ‘we have heard you and change is coming’ by writing: ‘We will be rebranding and will keep you updated. Wishing you all a wonderful bank holiday weekend.’
Cuddles: Hugo was snapped in adorable photos with his daughters as Millie shared a heartfelt post on Instagram
As stated on her website, Emily is a mum of one who first started voluntarily supporting other women on their breastfeeding journeys in 2019 after experiencing her own issues with feeding.
‘On my personal Instagram page I started running a weekly Q&A every Monday about all things breastfeeding; using the hashtag #mamasmilkmonday.
This started to snowball and I have since set up a new instagram page specifically for Mama’s Milk (@mamas.milk) where I now continue to run this weekly Q&A as well as posting informative and helpful hints, hacks, tips and facts.’
Bonding: The Made in Chelsea star was pictured playing around with his daughters in the adorable photos
Emily later branched out into retail and now sells breastfeeding accessories on her Mama’s Milk website.
Posting earlier this month, Emily told her 18.8k followers that she had ‘been inundated with messages about this over the past few days’.
Sharing Millie’s podcast announcement, Emily continued: ‘So just to clarify THIS IS NOTHING TO DO WITH ME!! It’s just my business and brand name.’
Sleepy: One adorable shot in the carousel saw Hugo and Sienna, two, holding onto six-month Aurelia together
‘I am qualified in my field and I am absolutely NOT associated with anything said in these podcasts. Discussions surround sleep training, breastfeeding, formula feeding etc are absolutely nothing to with me, have not come from me and are not affiliated with me in any way at all.’
‘I find it highly unbelievable that @milliemackintosh and her team wouldn’t do their research first before using someone else brand name. ‘
‘Also highly suspicious that there have been comments of support for my business posted on this post – NOT at my request – some comments have now suddenly disappeared.’
Sister, sister: Hugo cuddled and played with Sienna and Aurelia in the photos Millie shared for Father’s Day
Speaking in further Stories, the breastfeeding expert admitted: ‘I do feel quite sad because I’ve worked so hard… My initial worry was that they would confuse the two of us and they have.’
‘The second thing is I really have spent thousands of pounds and worked far too hard to be associated with any incorrect information.’
Explaining how she had listened to the first episode of Millie’s podcast, Emily admitted ‘it’s a bit of a kick in the teeth because it’s a mum chat thing,’ pointing out that she would never recommend mums turn to online forums such as Mumsnet for advice – something Millie and Charlie recommend.
Kisses: One sweet snap saw Hugo giving Sienna a kiss on the head as the pair lounged around together
Millie had addressed the criticism, sharing a lengthy post in which she insisted she and her partners had ‘done our due diligence’.
‘After much discussion with the team today I wanted to address some of the feedback and comments re our new project name,’ Millie wrote.
‘Firstly, we are huge supporters of any businesses or persons who support communities, parents and little ones through their journey.’
Grateful: The media personality also took to her Stories to celebrate her own father, sharing a photo of them together
Addressing Emily’s claims that the podcast offers unqualified advice, Millie continued: ‘The title of our Podcast was selected for live medium and as we state on each episode, there are our personal stories and experiences, we are not experts, hence why we include guest specialists should topics require.’
‘It would never be out intension to infringe on someone else’s hard work and contribution to mothers, especially an incredible breastfeeding expert such as Mamas.Milk we only applaud, value and support anyone who normalises and destigmatises this journey.’
‘Please know that due diligence was carried out to ensure that Mama’s Milk was available in the spaces in which it was launched with no intension or crossing over into the specialised field of breastfeeding advise or breastfeeding products.’
Change of plan: Millie recetnly announced she is renaming her podcast after being accused of copying the name from a popular breastfeeding support Instagram page
Listening: Posting an update earlier in June, Millie told followers: ‘After many conversations with my team in the last 24 hours, I have decided to change the name of our podcast’
‘Our aim is to create a community of everyone by sharing our personal experiences, encouraging you to share with us, and also partnering with trusted experts on the show so we can all share and have access to wider advice.’
‘What I love most about the parenting community is the support and loyalty continually shown to others and that is exactly what you have shown today.’
She ended the post by telling her followers that ‘hopefully we can all find a space in order to collectively work towards the same goal. To reach as far and wide as possible creating a safe space and help normalise conversations and worries for everyone.’
Sorry:’ I would not feel comfortable moving forward with the current name knowing the upset it has caused and we are sincerely sorry for that,’ Millie wrote
Speaking out: Earlier Millie addressed the criticism, sharing a lengthy post in which she insisted she and her partners had ‘done our due diligence’
Speaking to MailOnline, Emily had said she was ‘disappointed’ with Millie’s response.
‘I think mainly I’m just so disappointed,’ she said. ‘Disappointed that she’s done it in the first place and disappointed in her response and refusal to change the name. ‘
‘I’m clearly not the only person who thinks what she’s doing is wrong as has been evident in the comments on her post.’
Representatives for Millie were been contacted by MailOnline for further comment at the time.
Criticism: Millie was accused of failing to do her due diligence and copying the popular Instagram page’s brand name for her new parenting podcast