Jane Moore posts rare photo of eldest daughter Ellie on bonding camping holiday

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Photo credit: Jeff Spicer - Getty Images
Photo credit: Jeff Spicer - Getty Images

Jane Moore is enjoying some quality time with her eldest daughter Ellie, as the pair have been embarking on a tour of the south coast in a very classy vintage VW camper van.

The Loose Women panelist shared a picture of herself and Ellie posing in front of their vibrant red and white camper van named Scarlett, and added the caption: "Touring the gorgeous Dorset in a vintage VW camper van called Scarlett with my eldest daughter. Such fun. We've already done Poole, Studland Bay, Corfe Castle and West Bay and tomorrow it's the New Forest.

"The rain was so torrential on the first night we thought we might float away, but it’s brightened up wonderfully now. Have eaten far too many fish and chips but the lack of power steering on this thing is working wonders for my biceps."

This Morning presenter Eamonn Holmes commented: "Stupid question - Where's Gazza ?"

Eamonn was referring to Jane's husband publicist Gary Farrow, with whom she shares youngest daughter Grace. She is also stepmother to his daughter Lauren. It would appear that he hasn't been a part of their bonding girls' trip.

Speaking about Ellie and their family dynamic, Jane previously told Women and Home: "Ellie has always been the more measured, capable, sensible one in our relationship; ploughing a steady furrow through the often chaotic landscape of, at first, my early years as a single mother then, later, the challenges of becoming part of a 'blended' family, as the Americans refer to those of us who marry someone with children from another relationship.

"Her step-sister, Lauren, who's six years older yet freely admits to being a lot less responsible, likened Ellie to Ab Fab's Saffy when they first met back in 1998, and the moniker has stuck."

Photo credit: Dave J Hogan - Getty Images
Photo credit: Dave J Hogan - Getty Images

Ellie added: "My family are a lively bunch so it’s hard not to seem a bit 'Saffy' around them. It's true that, generally speaking, I'm pretty sensible; I guess I was just born that way. But I take that as a compliment.

"Life is a lot easier when you're organised and have a clear head. Having said that, Mum does have one other vice she's failed to mention: exaggeration. She thinks I disapprove when she lets her hair down, but I don't really – just when I get woken up!"


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