Most of the world may be at a standstill in isolation but that doesn't stop a birthday rolling around. And it shouldn't put a dampener on the festivities.
Over the weekend, the TV and radio presenter shared a sweet snap of Trixie with her baby sister, Daisy, and a very impressive homemade birthday cake.
"Giving those sparklers everything," Fifi captioned the photo on Instagram.
Isolation, as it turns out, is the perfect time to spend an entire day making an elaborate cake with your kids.
Since Trixie couldn't haven't a birthday party with friends and family, the mother-daughter duo spent the day making this Disney's Moana-inspired creation, and we're insanely impressed.
"Another great thing about iso Trixie and I had a whole day to make her Moana inspired birthday cake," she wrote.
The mother-of-two also marked the occasion with a heart-warming trip down memory lane, sharing some adorable throwback photos of Trixie.
"This little ray of sunshine, the sweetest little angel that brings so much joy to my life turned 7 today and had an awesome day despite being stuck in iso. No party, no friends to play with but lots of love from family and friends via FaceTime," Fifi captioned the post.
"I love her so much my heart bursts with every one of her laughs and smiles. How did I get so lucky?"
The doting mum gave birth to her second daughter Daisy just last year after falling pregnant via IVF to an anonymous sperm donor.
While Fifi welcomed first daughter Trixie with ironman Grant Kenny in April 2013. The pair secretly dated in 2012 but broke up just before she gave birth. In 2016, Fifi went public and confirmed Grant was indeed the father of Trixie.
As for finally becoming a big sister, Trixie was over the moon at the arrival of her sibling last year, even having a say in her name.
"Daisy was on my list, but Trixie decided when she found out I was going to have a baby that it'd be called Daisy. I just let it go — then I realised that for seven months she's been calling her little sister Daisy, and there's no going back then," Fifi told Kidspot.