Chloe Madeley and her husband, James Haskell, have been spotted heading out for a spot of lunch in London with their one-year-old daughter, Bodhi.

The 36 year old daughter of TV presenters Richard Madeley, 67, and Judy Finnigan, 75, kept a low profile as she opted to cover up with a green cap and black long-sleeved t-shirt and shorts combo.

Doting mum Chloe covered her little one up with an all-black rain cover as the couple were snapped leaving The Groucho Club.

Meanwhile, former rugby union player,James, 38, showed off his muscular physique as he opted to wear a skin-hugging navy t-shirt with casual denim skinny jeans and white trainers.

It comes as the loved-up couple invited OK! Magazine to their incredible first birthday party for their only child, Bodhi, last month.

The tot enjoyed an elaborate underwater-themed party, with famous grandparents Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan in attendance.

Fitness trainer Chloe was glowing as she posed for pictures with gorgeous Bodhi, who looked adorable as she got to try on a selection of cute party dresses.

"I really enjoyed organizing it," Chloe told us. "We had loads of balloons – at least 300 – with decorated archways. And there was a candy cart for the other kids that came."

James gushed: "Chloe did an amazing job. We invited my parents, Chloe’s parents, Chloe’s brother, and some of our best friends and their children. It’s not often we can all get together, so it was really nice."

Chloe and James welcomed Bodhi on 10 August 2022 via an emergency C-section.

She opened up to OK! about how she has taken to parenthood, as she confessed that while it’s “exhausting and relentless,” she also took to it ‘quite naturally.’

“I’m so lucky that I never had any baby blues or postnatal depression. People often talk about how hard it is all the time and, don’t get me wrong, it’s exhausting and relentless but I wouldn’t call it hard. It’s actually really fun. For me, I feel like it’s come quite naturally.”

Opening up about the highlights, personal trainer Chloe continued, “It’s quite overwhelming how much love comes beaming into your life. Special is really the only word for it. I’ve never felt anything like it.”

Reflecting on fatherhood, James said: “Being a dad has taught me to love in a different way.

"My life is very practical and I never used to be a particularly emotional person, but I’ve probably cried more in the last year than I have in my entire life!”

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