Holly Willoughby feels like a "bad parent" for banning her nine-year-old son from playing "Fortnite" in her house.
The 37-year-old TV presenter - who also has kids Belle, seven, and three-year-old Chester with husband Dan Baldwin - feels guilty for not letting her eldest child, Harry, have a go on the survival video game in their family home after he recently couldn't join in with his pals" fun.
She said: "I feel bad because they're all talking about it, I feel like I'm keeping him away from something. There was a party the other day when they were all doing the "Fortnite" sundown dance and Harry didn't know how to do it, he was left out.
"I felt like I was being a bad parent for not letting him play."
Despite prohibiting Harry from playing "Fortnite" in the house, Holly - who has penned parenting guide "Truly Happy Baby It Worked for Me" - is sure he will have had a go at the game at his friends" abodes.
Speaking on "This Morning" - which she co-hosts with Phillip Schofield - she added: "I know in his classroom all the kids are talking about "Fortnite".
"I know he's probably played it when he's gone over to their houses, he hasn't played it in my house as yet."
Holly recently admitted she has struggled with her body image at times since giving birth to three kids, but now views her body as "incredible".
She said: "I have had three babies and your body does change so much. Sometimes you look in the mirror and think you don't really recognise the body that is looking back at you but that body gave me three of the most important things on this earth.
"That body did an amazing thing. It carried your baby into healthiness and then you have that example of how incredible your body is.
"It's a case of looking at your body in a different way as opposed to the beautiful thing that you remember. You have got something better than that now."