FITNESS guru Joe Wicks looked as confused as the rest of us about what to wear during Coronavirus lockdown as he went for a stroll wearing a winter coat, shorts, sandals and sunglasses.
The Body Coach looked relaxed as he braved the chilly weather after getting the nation hot this morning during his daily 30-minute PE session.
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The 33-year-old has been holding exercise lessons every Monday to Friday amidst the coronavirus pandemic, helping mums and dads across the country to keep their little ones occupied.
Dad-of-two Joe was joined by adorable daughter Indie during his live workout as she surprised him on camera today.
During his live session, Joe was hilariously interrupted by the little girl, who turns two in July.
As the star was stretching, Indie – who he shares with wife Rosie Jones – ran into view.
She greeted Joe with a hug before waving to the camera.
The 20-month-old later went on to play with a mini guitar, which was hanging on the wall.
Joe said: "This has become a music concert! Are you playing music for daddy?"
Fans were quick to gush over the moment online.
One wrote: "I'll keep doing this even when things go back to normal…keep going this great. P.s: your baby daughter is so cute."
Another said: "Really loved spot the differences and your daughter is very cute."
It isn't the first time the adorable tot has gatecrashed Joe's workout, after running in on his PE lesson last week.
Joe and former glamour model Rosie are also parents to a little boy called Marley, who was born at the end of 2019.
The lessons called "PE with Joe" are streamed live on Joe's YouTube channel at 9am, Monday to Friday.
He has since confirmed the videos have helped raise £80,000 in the past seven days, which he has donated to help medical staff treat COVID-19 patients.
He told Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid on Good Morning Britain: "I saw the views and it's unprecedented. YouTube isn't a massive part of my business, but obviously with the views comes more revenue.
"I saw the number, I was blown away, I said that needs to go somewhere special. The NHS is the right place – it felt right, I'm so proud I'm doing that."
He added: "So in the past week alone, in the last seven videos, the adsense is nearly at $100,000 US dollars.
"Every penny of every workout we do on this school stuff, from now and forever on that channel, all that money is going to the NHS in the UK.
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