Ferne McCann shares a sweet festive photo of daughter Sunday, 24-months, posing next to a Christmas tree as she counts down the days until Xmas

It is five weeks until Christmas Day.

Yet this hasn't stopped Ferne McCann from sharing a sweet festive photo of her daughter, Sunday, 24-month, to Instagram on Wednesday.

The former TOWIE star, 29, posted a picture of Sunday in an adorable red dress as she posed on a ladder next to a Christmas tree while decorating it. 

In the background looked like a Winter wonderland as the room was adorned with a metallic deer, stars, presents and wreaths.   

Ferne captioned the snap with: 'Is it too early to put up your Christmas tree [Christmas tree emoji]? 

'Not when you're as cute as this little one... thank you @jaysaundersphotography for capturing this [heart emoji] 5 week countdown [smiling and Santa emojis].' (sic) 

Ferne's fans and former TOWIE co-stars were quick to comment on the post with Billie Faiers exclaiming: 'Sooo cute ❤️' followed by festive emojis.

Proud mama: Ferne McCann posted a sweet festive Instagram picture of Sunday in an adorable red dress as she posed on a ladder next to a Christmas tree while decorating it

Proud mama: Ferne McCann posted a sweet festive Instagram picture of Sunday in an adorable red dress as she posed on a ladder next to a Christmas tree while decorating it 

Pals: Ferne's fans and former TOWIE co-stars were quick to comment on the post with Billie Faiers exclaiming: 'Sooo cute ¿¿' followed by festive emojis

Pals: Ferne's fans and former TOWIE co-stars were quick to comment on the post with Billie Faiers exclaiming: 'Sooo cute ❤️' followed by festive emojis 

While Sadie Stuart Wright put: 'Oh wow [heart eyes emoji] .. perfect [heart emoji].'   

The sweet post comes after Ferne recently sought medical advice over her incontinence battle on her latest series of her ITVBe show First Time Mum.

In one scene, it saw the former TOWIE star, 29, go to a private hospital for an examination. 

Candid: The sweet post comes after Ferne recently sought medical advice over her incontinence battle on her latest series of her ITVBe show First Time Mum

Candid: The sweet post comes after Ferne recently sought medical advice over her incontinence battle on her latest series of her ITVBe show First Time Mum

During her check-up, Ferne was asked by a medical professional: 'I'd say about one-in-three women have got some form of incontinence so it's really really common.  

'Do you find that you go to the toilet more often than the average person? Or not particularly?'

Ferne, who was joined by 23-month-old daughter Sunday during her check-up, revealed: 'I drink a lot of water, so yeah... I guess, I do. I go to the toilet, empty my bladder, and then I feel like I have to go again. Is that normal?'

To which the medical professional added: 'Well it could be the sign of another problem like a prolapse... which would fit with the heaviness that you've mentioned.'

Examination: In one scene, it saw the former TOWIE star, 29, go to a private hospital for an examination

Examination: In one scene, it saw the former TOWIE star, 29, go to a private hospital for an examination

Speaking out: Ferne, who was joined by 23-month-old daughter Sunday during her check-up, revealed: 'I drink a lot of water, so yeah... I guess, I do. I go to the toilet, empty my bladder, and then I feel like I have to go again. Is that normal?'

Speaking out: Ferne, who was joined by 23-month-old daughter Sunday during her check-up, revealed: 'I drink a lot of water, so yeah... I guess, I do. I go to the toilet, empty my bladder, and then I feel like I have to go again. Is that normal?'

With Ferne going on to admit behind-the-scenes in a separate clip: 'Oh no... I knew it, I've got a prolapsed womb!' 

The medical professional tried to reassure the visibly panicked reality star, as she explained: 'Prolapse is really really common, it's one-in-two with a prolapse after a vaginal delivery.   

'So with the examination, what I'll be checking, is there any prolapse and just checking all that, does that sound OK?'

With Ferne agreeing to the examination, she revealed in a separate clip behind-the-scenes that intimate check-ups don't faze her.

'Prolapse': To which the medical professional added: 'Well it could be the sign of another problem like a prolapse... which would fit with the heaviness that you've mentioned.'

'Prolapse': To which the medical professional added: 'Well it could be the sign of another problem like a prolapse... which would fit with the heaviness that you've mentioned.'

Behind-the-scenes: With Ferne going on to admit behind-the-scenes in a separate clip: 'Oh no... I knew it, I've got a prolapsed womb!'

Behind-the-scenes: With Ferne going on to admit behind-the-scenes in a separate clip: 'Oh no... I knew it, I've got a prolapsed womb!'

She said: 'After a baby, you are less bothered about having screenings down below and examinations. It just doesn't really phase me anymore!'

In September, Ferne revealed that she's afraid to leave the house after becoming incontinent following the birth of her daughter Sunday.

The former TOWIE star opened up about her ordeal, explaining that childbirth left her with a prolapsed bladder.

The beauty went on to admit that her incontinence battle has left her unable to even get through a workout without an accident and has ruined her confidence when it comes to dating.

Common: The medical professional tried to reassure the visibly panicked star, as she explained: 'Prolapse is really really common, it's one-in-two with a prolapse after a vaginal delivery.'

Common: The medical professional tried to reassure the visibly panicked star, as she explained: 'Prolapse is really really common, it's one-in-two with a prolapse after a vaginal delivery.'

Ferne, who gave birth to Sunday in November 2017, has told how the issue has had a profound impact in her life, with the star afraid to even drink water through fear of wetting herself. 

Speaking to OK! magazine about her incontinence, she said: 'It was a bit of a joke at first as I was weeing every time I sneezed during my pregnancy and then it just got progressively worse. There was a lot of leaking and I was wetting myself all the time.' 

She continued: 'It has shattered my confidence and made me scared to leave the house. Being worried you’ll wet yourself at any moment does that to you.'

Explaining how the issue has further disrupted her life, she added: 'One time I was on a running machine and I had to stop because I'd completely wet myself. It got to the point where I didn't even want to drink water because I thought I'd immediately have an accident.'

Motherhood: With Ferne agreeing to the examination, she revealed in a separate clip behind-the-scenes that intimate check-ups don't faze her (pictured with daughter Sunday recently)

Motherhood: With Ferne agreeing to the examination, she revealed in a separate clip behind-the-scenes that intimate check-ups don't faze her (pictured with daughter Sunday recently) 

The First Time Mum star also went on to reveal that she even avoided dating 'completely' as she feared that having dinner with a man would see her constantly using the toilet.

After months of suffering however, the former Celebs Go Dating favourite finally sought the help of a doctor.

She told how she went for a 'Mummy MOT' where she was finally diagnosed with a prolapsed bladder and was 'relieved' she did as, if left untreated, it could lead to needing painful surgery. 

Raising awareness: In September, Ferne revealed that she's afraid to leave the house after becoming incontinent following the birth of her daughter Sunday (pictured together recently)

Raising awareness: In September, Ferne revealed that she's afraid to leave the house after becoming incontinent following the birth of her daughter Sunday (pictured together recently)

Ferne McCann shares a sweet festive photo of daughter Sunday posing next to a Christmas tree

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