ROCHELLE Humes and Amy Childs are among celebs helping their kids mark World Book Day with their incredible costumes.
Children across the UK are dressing up as their favourite book characters today – and it looks like these celeb parents have pulled it out of the bag.
TV presenter Rochelle was one of the first to share a snap of her daughter Alaia-Mai sported a Willy Wonka costume.
The 31-year-old Ninja Warrior host gone all out to make sure her little girl didn't miss out on the annual costume day amid the coronavirus.
The seven-year-old wore a purple and blue personalised Willy Wonka jacket complete with a huge yellow bowtie.
Alaia-Mai got it spot on with Roald Dahl's iconic character's top hat. Rochelle wrote: "Happpyyyyyy World Book Day 📚 Oh you better worrrkkkk it Willy Wonka 🍫🍭."
A number of fans loved the resemblance, with one writing: "Absolutely amazing. So beautiful."
Another commented: "Aww fab outfit."
A third added: "She looks amazing!! Happy world book day 📚."
Towie star Amy Child's also got in on the act sharing a sweet snap of her daughter Polly dressed as Snow White.
The three-year-old melted fans hearts with her princess costume complete with a big red bow in her hair.
Alongside the pic, Amy wrote: "World Book Day 😬Of course Polly wanted to be Snow White🥰Polly wanted to get a picture next to the castle this is best we could get … have the best day my darling girl 💞."
One fan wrote: "Aw bless her miss my girls being little and wanting to dress up …cherish these moments 💕."
Amy recently backed our The Sun on Sunday our Books For Kids campaign.
The mum-of-two believes reading provides an opportunity for children to escape and recently backed The Sun on Sunday Books For Kids campaign.
She said: “My daughter Polly and I are reading Grumbalina And The Day Everything Changed by Karina Frederiks.
“I really wanted to get Polly interested in reading at a young age to help with her development. But it also means we get to spend some quality mummy-daughter time together.
“I think everyone should be able to have access to books and I think what The Sun on Sunday and BookTrust is doing is fantastic.”
Meanwhile Tamara Ecclestone's eldest child Sophia channelled her inner unicorn from Dubai.
The six-year-old looked adorable in a neon pink tutu and rainbow tights and a pink heart-shaped wand.
Denise Van Outen's daughter Betsy Mead looked fantastic donning Veruca Salt's character from Charlie and The Chocolate Factory. She is the second Golden Ticket winner in the kids novel.
The 10-year-old wore a pink pleated dress and pulled out the stops with a bar of Wonka chocolate in one hand and the Golden Ticket in the other.
The 46-year-old penned: "World Book Day 2021 Betsy 💗Varuca Salt – Charlie And The Chocolate Factory 🍫🍭🍫🍭."
World Book Day first started in 1995 and has since been celebrated annually on the first Thursday in March.
A collection of books are released for £1 each year, with Tom Fletcher's There's a Wolf in Your Book and Luna Loves World Book Day written by Joseph Coelho part of the 2021 line-up.
Although it's today is mainly for kids to celebrate their favourite book character's – some celebrity adults got in on the action.
Amanda Holden looked sensational as she dressed as the Queen of Hearts from Alice In Wonderland.
The 50-year-old star impressed fans with her costume wearing a crown, Queen of Hearts dress, and puff-sleeved cape.
She completed the look with bold red lipstick, heavy eye make-up, and a small heart drawn on one cheek.
Meanwhile co-stars Ashley Roberts dressed as Alice in Wonderland and Jamie Theakston became The Mad Hatter.
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