Keeping it real: Zoë Foster-Blake’s go-to parenting hacks make her our favourite relatable mum

From at home haircuts to party porridge.

By Faye Couros
Zoë Foster Blake's family life seems perfect and whilst it's filled with belly laughs and magnificent cakes, she's always keeping it real.
The former beauty editor became a mum for the first time when she and husband Hamish Blake welcomed son, Sonny Donald, in 2014, and then in 2017, daughter Rudy Hazel.
Over the years, Zoë has taken her fans and followers on her journey from pregnancy to childbirth and parenthood with her excellent sense of humour and thoughtful perspectives.
Whether she's sharing a hilarious phallic like drawing done by Rudy or setting up a DIY hair salon during lockdown, Zoë is always bringing the laughs on social media.
We're still obsessed with her genius breakfast hack of "Party Porridge" - the beauty queen explained she added food colouring and sprinkles to the normally bland-looking dish to create a bright and fun treat that her kids couldn't get enough of.
"I'm not the mum who makes fun, inventive food for the kids. I make pasta and cheese sandwiches and pasta and omelettes and pasta. We get by. They're fed. It's fine," Zoë wrote alongside the image.
"But yesterday, noticing a critical lack of flour for our usual Pancake Sunday, I made something I told them was Party Porridge (oats, milk, few drops of food colouring, coconut, Greek yoghurt, honey and sprinkles) which raised delight levels exponentially and finally made me feel like the kind of kooky kitchen witch they could be proud of."
We have already loved Hamish Blake's chaotic parenting moments; so here is Zoë's fabulous counterpart, which is just as loveable.