Loose Women star Linda Robson has made a return to social media, after a months long absence.
The 60-year-old hadn't posted online for many weeks, but recently shared an adorable photo of herself with one of her grandchildren doing some baking.
Alongside the sweet image of Linda cuddled up next to the little girl, she wrote, 'Lovely evening trifle making with @lilaandbetsy and with a little help from Ernie to ❤️'.
She hadn't posted on her Instagram for about a month before sharing this most recent photo, so her 105,000 followers were delighted to see her back in action.
One fan wrote, 'Lovely too see you back @lindarobson58 💕💕💕💕', while another said, 'Good to see you back linda hope your ok xx💗'.
Another one of her followers commented, 'So lovley to see you back linda all our love ❤️❤️❤️💋missed you ❤️💋', as a fourth said, 'So lovely to see you Linda! I've missed you!'
Others were also quick to notice that Linda hasn't been on Loose Women for a few months too.
Her last appearance was in the week before Christmas, and so fans have flocked to her Instagram photo to ask when she'll be back on the show, confessing that they were missing her.
One of Linda's followers said, 'Hurry back to loose women missing you 💕', as another asked, 'Great to see you posting again 😊 Are you back on @loosewomen soon @lindarobson58 xx'.
While a third fan wrote, 'Great to see you hope your soon back on L/W xx'.
Linda may not yet be back on Loose Women, but it seems that she's enjoying some quality time with her friends instead.
She recently joined her former Birds of a Feather co-star Lesley Joseph for a leisurely lunch, sharing a picture of the two of them in fits of giggles.
Alongside the picture the panellist wrote, 'Had a lovely lunch today at Zedel’s can’t think of a nicer person to have lunch with my lovely mate Lesley love her all my heart us old birds love a catch up'.
Amy Hunt is an experienced digital journalist specialising in homes, interiors and hobbies. She began her career working as the features assistant at woman&home magazine, before moving over to the digital side of the brand where she eventually became the Lifestyle Editor up until January 2022. Amy won the Digital Journalist of the Year award at the AOP Awards in 2019 for her work on womanandhome.com.
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