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We image the likes of Tom Fletcher having oh-so cool birthday bashes involving a chic nightclub, bottles of champagne and vodka, and an after-party in a five-star hotel suite. 

But nope – it seems when the dad-of-two marked his 31st bday over the weekend, he did so in a spectacularly low-key fashion.


Me and Buzz are having a shoe off.

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Indeed, and as revealed on Instagram, the celebrations looked delightfully worlds away from his celebrity status.

Standing with his two-year-old son Buzz hanging from his t-shirt (major swoon all the same), Tom can be seen holding up a balloon in his left hand, and a home-made card in his right.


Woke up to a poop on the living room floor and a pee on the bathroom floor. Happy Birthday to me…

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In the background, the glorious weekend mayhem of family-life is in clear view: oodles of coloured toys, puzzles and games and are strewn around the vicinity. 

Better still, Mr Fletcher reveals in the accompanying caption that his birthday 'presents' included "a poop on the living room floor and a pee on the bathroom floor".

Still, his loyal fans didn't seem to mind – the Instagram snap was soon flooded with hearty best wishes and birthday congratulations.

As well as toddler Buzz, Tom and his wife of four years, Giovanna, have a five-month old son, Buddy. 

Yesterday, the musician added a further snap of Buzz to his Instagram page. The touching black-and-white snap shows the child playing with a toy car. "Love watching my boy use his imagination," he wrote.

And this morning, Mr Fletcher revealed that he and his eldest son had on complementing footwear.

Me and Buzz are having a shoe-off," he wrote alongside a snap showing the elder Fletcher in Mickey Mouse slip-ons, and the little boy in corresponding Super Mario runners.



It's been just over a week since Tom and Giovanna Fletcher welcomed the newest addition to their picture-perfect (or vlog-perfect), and we already have a first picture.

After teasing fans with news of little Buddy's birth by tweeting the words "Player 2 has entered the game" last Tuesday, McFly singer Tom kept things simple with the first official baby photo too, choosing only to share a snap of his new son's tiny feet.

"Can't believe these feet are a week old already. Happy 1st week in the world Buddy!" the proud dad wrote on Instagram last night.

We've also had a glimpse of what appears to be Buddy's hand, in this picture posted last week with no caption, just two days after the couple welcomed their new arrival:

The couple are already parents to a two-year-old son, Buzz, who features regularly in Tom's adorable father-and-son vlogs.

Over the last couple of years, the videos have earned the Fletcher family something of a cult following, and indeed the couple used a vlog to announce their pregnancy back in September. 

The singer, who was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in 2010, recently explained that his outlook on life had changed over the last two years, largely thanks to becoming a dad.

"Having a kid has really helped me in my life. It gives you a sense of needing to be stable," he told The Mirror.


At his lowest point he contemplated suicide, but these days Tom Fletcher says he is in a much clearer, healthier and more stable place.

The singer, who was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in 2010, explains that his outlook on life has changed over the last two years, largely thanks to his son Buzz.

"Having a kid has really helped me in my life. It gives you a sense of needing to be stable," he told The Mirror.

"It’s not about you any more, it’s about this child that you’ve decided to bring into the world. 

"You don’t have any choice but to cope with life because you’re doing it for someone else."

Tom and his wife Giovanna welcomed Buzz in 2013, and the McBusted star says it was a huge turning point for him. So much so, in fact, that he no longer uses medication.

The 30-year-old, who is expecting his second child early next year, first opened up about his mental health issues after Robin Williams's suicide last year.

Writing in response to a radio host who branded Williams' decision to take his own life as "diabolical," Tom said depression was no black and white issue.

"Sometimes … the storms come. I'm not talking about a light shower, I mean the full works," he wrote on his website. 

"The darkest skies you have ever seen … It's so completely consuming that it is suddenly not only the only thing you know but the only thing you have ever known.

"When I'm not in a storm I can remember pretty well what it was like being in it, but when I am in the storm I can't remember what it's like ever being happy."                     

We're delighted to hear Tom is doing so well these days.