Phillip Schofield's daughter Molly May Schofield shared an absolutely adorable snap with Stacey Solomon's baby daughter Rose.

Molly works as a talent agent for Loose Women star Stacey and joined her on set on Wednesday as the mother-of-four filmed for her latest campaign with fashion retailer, InTheStyle.

Stacey, who returned to work three months after little Rose's birth, left her boys with fiance Joe Swash at home but brought her youngest with her to set.

And Stacey wasn't short of a babysitter during the day, as she revealed that Rose got plenty of cuddles from the crew, including Molly, who took to her Instagram Story with a sweet snap.

Molly can be seen sweetly holding Rose's tiny hand in the image.

"Glad I had my little friend for filming today!" 28 year old Molly wrote alongside the image.

Meanwhile, Stacey documented her day at work on her Instagram Stories.

After returning home, she reflected on her day as she shared an image of Rose smiling while sitting on her lap.

"Home sweet home," she wrote. "Just walked through the door.

"We've had a very long but lovely day back…. Rose is sooo excited. She's had a full day of pass the baby cuddles and loved it."

Earlier this week, former X Factor star Stacey said she would be returning to work after giving birth to Rose three months ago.

Even during her pregnancy, Stacey was keeping busy with appearances on Loose Women, shoots with In The Style, and fronting her own BBC One show, Sort Your Life Out.

Because she's in such high demand, she felt the only way to get everything done was to take less time off following her daughter Rose's birth in November.

She replied to a fan's question on Instagram to explain her maternity leave decision in more detail.

"Why do you only get three months maternity leave?" they asked.

"I know it's not long enough. I could be in this bubble forever," she replied, holding Rose in her arms as she spoke.

"But I've got one of those weird jobs, and you never know if you're going to get work or not, and nothing is guaranteed, so you've just got to make the most of any opportunity that comes along."

She continued: "Also, a lot of my contracts are 12 months that I squeezed into nine months so I could have the three months off, and I don't think I could squeeze them into any less.

"Ultimately, I'm lucky and privileged I've got a job to go back to, let alone a job that I absolutely love."

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