Sylvia Jeffreys and husband Peter Stefanovic are the definition of festive cheer as they pose with sons Oscar and Henry
Sylvia Jeffreys has shared an adorable Christmas photo alongside her husband Peter and two children Oscar and Henry.
The 35-year-old took to Instagram to share the image with the Sky News star and the tots.
‘At least one of the boys responded to Uncle Tomie’s silly noises behind the camera,’ Sylvia captioned the photos.
Family first: Sylvia Jeffreys and husband Peter Stefanovic were the definition of festive cheer as they posed with sons Oscar and Henry on Sunday
In the image, Sylvia wore a bright pink dress, while Peter looked to be in good spirits wearing a graphic white shirt.
Peter wore a cap for the photo as he held Oscar, while Sylvia held Henry.
It comes after Sylvia celebrated Peter’s 40th birthday at Crown in Sydney.
Birthday boy: Peter celebrated his 40th birthday in style in November, visiting Crown Sydney for a lavish dinner with his wife Sylvia
’40 looks very good on you Peter Stefanovic,’ Sylvia captioned a photo of the pair posing together in what looked to be a lavish hotel room.
Joining the couple for Peter’s birthday bash was brother Karl Stefanovic, Karl’s wife Jasmine Yarbrough, Nova FM radio star Tim Blackwell and his wife Monique.
‘Oh what a night…Happy Birthday Peter Stefanovic,’ Jasmine wrote beneath a photo of herself and Karl posing with the Blackwells at dinner.
The crew: Sister-in-law Jasmine Stefanovic shared a photo alongside radio star Tim Blackwell, Karl Stefanovic, and Monique Blackwell for Peter’s birthday last month
Sylvia and Peter began dating in 2013 after meeting at Nine and were engaged in 2016 while on holiday in France.
The couple tied the knot at the Ooralba Estate in Kangaroo Valley on April 1, 2017.
Sylvia and Peter share two sons Oscar Hamilton, one, and Henry George, seven months.
Sweet: ‘I think the hardest thing for us is not having the grandmas around because they are both in Queensland, and my dad as well, and we are separated from of course my brother and my sister,’ Sylvia said about the pandemic
In September, Sylvia discussed the ‘hardest thing’ about being a parent with two very young sons during lockdown on Today Extra.
‘I think the hardest thing for us is not having the grandmas around because they are both in Queensland, and my dad as well, and we are separated from of course my brother and my sister,’ she said.
‘So not being able to see them in Queensland is really challenging.’
Wedding day: The couple tied the knot at the Ooralba Estate in Kangaroo Valley on April 1, 2017 (pictured)