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Sunrise host Edwina Bartholomew shares cute videos of her daughter Molly

Sunrise host Edwina Bartholomew shares videos of her daughter Molly cleaning her toys with Covid-safe disinfectant wipes

There’s no doubt about it, children really do mimic their parents.

And it appears the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree in Sunrise presenter Edwina Bartholomew’s family,

The 37-year-old shared a series of videos on Instagram on Tuesday of her one-year-old daughter, Molly, playing at home. 

Keeping it clean: In the footage posted on the 37-year-old's Instagram Stories, the sweet one-year-old who has obviously grown up amid the COVID-19 pandemic is seen wiping her toy trolley with a disinfectant towelette

Just like dad! There’s no doubt about it, children really do mimic their parents. And it appears the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree in Sunrise presenter Edwina Bartholomew’s family as she shared a few relateable videos of her daughter Molly, who mirrored her dad Neil Varcoe’s cleanliness. Pictured with daughter Molly and husband Neil VarcoePictured with daughter Molly and husband Neil Varcoe

You can easily tell Molly has grown up during the Covid-19 pandemic, as the footage showed her wiping her toy trolley with a disinfectant towelette. 

‘What are you doing, Molly? You cleaning your toys?’ Edwina asks her child.

‘Much appreciated, thank you for helping… Clearly you take after your dad,’ she added, referencing her husband, Neil Varcoe.

Daddy's girl: 'Much appreciated, thank you for helping... Clearly you take after your dad,' she added, referencing her husband Neil Varcoe

Thorough clean: In a second video the little girl has moved on to cleaning up the floor with the same wipe. 'We have our own safety COVID officer at home... she also does floors,' the proud mum wrote

Thorough clean: In a second video the little girl has moved on to cleaning up the floor with the same wipe. ‘We have our own safety COVID officer at home… she also does floors,’ the proud mum wrote

In a second video, Molly cleaned the floor with the same disinfectant wipe.

‘We have our own safety Covid officer at home… she also does floors,’ the proud mum captioned the clip. 

Edwina and her husband are happier than ever with their little family, after meeting at radio station 2GB almost a decade ago.

Cute: Edwina and her husband are happier than ever with their little family, after meeting on radio station 2GB almost a decade ago

Cute: Edwina and her husband are happier than ever with their little family, after meeting on radio station 2GB almost a decade ago

In a recent editorial for The Courier Mail, Edwina revealed she’d broken all of her parenting rules with Molly.

She had vowed to limit screen time, only feed her daughter organic food, and make sure the house wasn’t overrun by toys.

‘Fast forward nearly a year and I’ve broken them all, especially that last one,’ she wrote.

‘We are now living in a home run by a tiny human overlord with tiny bits and pieces of her little life scattered all over our formally pristine lounge and dining.’

Edwina said that while she was okay with the increased mess, her ‘slightly OCD’ husband was having a hard time adjusting.

‘This is the new world disorder, and it’s okay. Our child can watch Bluey, eating a supermarket-bought pouch, next to a mountain of toys, and we will all survive,’ she concluded.

Breaking the rules: In an editorial for The Courier Mail in October, Edwina revealed she'd broken all of her parenting rules, including no screens, organic food only and making sure the house wasn't overrun by toys

Breaking the rules: In an editorial for The Courier Mail in October, Edwina revealed she'd broken all of her parenting rules, including no screens, organic food only and making sure the house wasn't overrun by toys

Breaking the rules: In an editorial for The Courier Mail in October, Edwina revealed she’d broken all of her parenting rules, including no screens, organic food only and making sure the house wasn’t overrun by toys

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