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Fifi Box shares hilarious photos of her daughters meeting Santa and one-year-old Daisy is NOT happy 

Fifi Box shares hilarious photos of her daughters meeting Santa – and one-year-old Daisy is NOT happy

Fifi Box was getting into the spirit of Christmas on Tuesday. 

Unfortunately, her one-year-old daughter Daisy wasn’t feeling quite as festive as her mother. 

The radio host, 43, shared two photos of her daughters posing with Santa Claus – but the results were amusingly less than perfect. 

Mother of all tantrums: Fifi Box was getting into the spirit of Christmas on Tuesday. Unfortunately, her one-year-old daughter Daisy wasn’t feeling as festive as her mother and sister Trixie Belle, seven. Al pictured 

While Fifi’s daughter Trixie Belle, seven, appeared to be enjoying herself, Daisy most certainly was not.

In one photo, the toddler sat dubiously on her mother’s lap, looking unnamed by the shenanigans. 

In a second photo, all hell broke loose as the tot cried her eyes out, clearly wanting her Santa ordeal to be over. 

Oh dear! In one photo, all hell broke loose as the tot cried her eyes out, clearly wanting her Santa ordeal to be over

Oh dear! In one photo, all hell broke loose as the tot cried her eyes out, clearly wanting her Santa ordeal to be over

Fifi took it all all in her stride, captioning the two photographs simply: ‘This went well’.   

Back in August, Fifi opened up about the struggles of parenting two children in lockdown.

She star shared a lengthy post to Instagram, explaining how Daisy has been suffering from sleep regression and she reached out to a sleep consultant for help.

Hard: In August, Fifi opened up about the struggles of parenting two children in lockdown. She explained Daisy has been suffering from sleep regression

Hard: In August, Fifi opened up about the struggles of parenting two children in lockdown. She explained Daisy has been suffering from sleep regression

Issues: 'I'm not very good at asking for help, and because I love my kids so much I feel like it is my job alone to care for them,' she wrote

 Issues: ‘I’m not very good at asking for help, and because I love my kids so much I feel like it is my job alone to care for them,’ she wrote

‘I recently shared the struggles I’ve been having as a mum with a baby that stopped sleeping for longer than an hour in lockdown. 

‘I’m not very good at asking for help, and because I love my kids so much I feel like it is my job alone to care for them,’ she wrote.

‘I was being strangled by the guilt that I was letting them both down and I wasn’t good enough. But thanks to all the love and messages I received I realised I was not a failure for asking for help.’ 

Fifi went on to say she contacted an infant sleep consultant and she ‘transformed our lives.’

Better now: Fifi went on to say she contacted an infant sleep consultant and she 'transformed our lives'

Better now: Fifi went on to say she contacted an infant sleep consultant and she ‘transformed our lives’ 

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