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Karl Stefanovic's sweet tribute to his wife Jasmine and daughters Ava and Harper

''Missing my girls.''

By Alex Lilly
With his wife Jasmine Stefanovic and youngest daughter Harper in Queensland, Karl Stefanovic is definitely missing his nearest and dearest.
On Friday, the Today show host shared a sweet post dedicated to his wife, Harper and eldest daughter Ava whom he shares with ex-wife Cass Thorburn.
"Missing my girls." (Instagram)
"Missing my girls @jasyarby @willowstefanovic ❤️ ❤️ ❤️," he captioned three photos.
In the first, one-year-old Harper gazes angelically at the camera, whilst the second featured a throwback snap of Karl with his arm around a young Ava.
The final snap featured a photo of himself and Jasmine taken at a friend's wedding.
The Today Show host also shared a throwback snap of himself and daughter Ava. (Instagram)
Fans gushed over the sweet snaps, and many couldn't help but note how fast Harper is growing up.
"Oh such beautiful eyes Harper has. She is changing all the time so gorgeous Hope you see your girls soon 😍," one wrote.
"Can Harper please stop growing so quickly! She is so adorable 😍," penned another.
"Three beautiful girls right there ❤️❤️❤️," a third noted.
Little Harper is growing up so fast! Instagram
Jasmine was permitted to leave Sydney's lockdown on compassionate grounds to visit her grandmother in Queensland.
Karl confirmed on the Today show that his wife and Harper had received an exemption from Queensland Health to hotel quarantine in the state adding that Jasmine's grandmother was "really, really, really, sick."
Sadly, the shoe designer confirmed her beloved Nana had passed away in September via Instagram.
WATCH BELOW: Karl Stefanovic gets emotional over baby present for Harper on Today Show. Post continues after video...
Whilst Karl shares Jackson, 22, Ava, 16 and River, 14 with his ex Cass, he and Jasmine welcomed baby Harper in May 2020.
The Today show host's three eldest children reportedly struggled after the divorce of their parents and the now father-of-four previously spoke to the Herald Sun about his hope to rectify his "failures as a dad."
"I hope I can try and rebuild whatever has happened in the past and try and make the most of what I can do with them in the future."

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