The One Show's Alex Jones shows off transformation weeks after welcoming baby girl

By Jessica Sansome

Alex Jones has shown off her brand new look, weeks after welcoming her third baby.

The One Show host took to Instagram to share her autumn-ready transformation.

Alex, 44, is currently on maternity leave from the BBC One show after welcoming her first daughter with husband Charlie Thomson last month.

The presenter, who is also mum to sons Ted and Kit, revealed Annie's arrival with a series of intimate photos on Instagram.

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But in amidst night feed and school runs for eldest child Ted, Alex got to pay a visit to the salon.

Viewers are used to seeing the Welsh TV star with a blonde balayage look but she's now taking it back to the dark side.

Taking to Instagram, Alex first shared a picture of her hairdresser holding baby Annie, joking he's her "hairdresser/manny" before showing off her transformation to a chocolate brown for the winter months.

Alex's new look (Alex Jones Instagram)

"Bobble out. Here we go. Going for an autumnal darker shade all over," she posted on Instagram from the salon chair.

She then shared a picture of the final look, commenting: "Tell me it's autumn without telling me it's autumn."

But it was soon back to mum duties and Alex shared a tired video with her followers later that night, writing: "Desperate to go back to sleep but baby is feeding and I have another visitor," before showing her son on the other side of the bed.

"Charlie has given up and gone to the spare room #nighttimefun."

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