This Mornings Alison Hammond shares rarely-seen snap of her cab driver ex-hubby

Alison Hammond has shared a rarely-seen snap of her ex-husband and father of her son with her social media followers.

The This Morning host rarely shows off much about her former partner Noureddine Boufaied, but this week shared a photo of him as part of a TikTok challenge.

The presenter, 46, posted a picture of her cab driver ex as part of a challenge that asked users to show a photo of their child and their parents.

The former couple share son Aidan, now 16, who now looks all grown up and has started appearing on red carpets with his famous mum.

Posting the TikTok of him, captioned 'our son', she said: "Aidan is certainly here ! I have no idea where that confidence comes from."

She also included a picture of her ex-partner Noureddine, which shocked her followers.

Alison was married to the Manchester cabby and found out she was pregnant shortly after appearing on the third series of Big Brother.

At the time, Alison refused to name who the father was but later posed for a magazine shoot together while three months pregnant.

It is not known when the couple split but she later got engaged to security guard Jamie Savage in 2014, before calling time on the romance back in 2017.

This comes after Alison admitted to suffering from PTSD in an emotional interview with Lorraine Kelly.

The star appeared on the Lorraine show on Friday to discuss the release of her new book, You've Got To Laugh.

Lorraine remarked that Alison is a "very happy" person, as reflected in the new autobiography – which is when Alison admitted she "isn't hurting anybody" with her own weight.

Turning the conversation to the bullying Alison endured at school, Lorraine said: "You got called horrible things at school, just because you happened to be a little bit overweight."

Alison giggled: "Not a little bit, I was quite a lot overweight. But do you know what, I take up a little bit of extra room. Does that really hurt anybody else?"

She added: "When I was a kid, some of the kids used to say, 'I didn't realise elephants were brown'.

"And since then I've had this thing about elephants. Any time I heard the word elephant I was like, 'Oh, are they talking about me?'

"It was like PTSD."

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