Jonnie Irwin was all smiles as he headed out for a day at the cricket with a group of pals this week.
The presenter, who was diagnosed with terminal cancer in 2020, shared a series of snaps from his time watching the England cricket team's one day international against New Zealand at the Oval in London.
Joining Irwin in the photos was former England cricketer and Dancing on Ice contestant Ryan Sidebottom alongside his friends.
The event was clearly an enjoyable one for Irwin as he branded it a "highlight" of his summer.
Irwin wrote alongside the series of snaps on Instagram: "Had the best day in awesome company.
"Thanks to @ryansidebottom_official and @engagegroup_uk who made the whole experience a massive highlight of my summer. #oval #cricket #engvnz."
Jonnie Irwin has been branded an 'inspiration' for his positive attitude
Irwin shared three smiley snaps alongside his cohorts from inside and outside the ground while he also included a snapshot of the action taking place on the pitch.
Before long, a number of fans rushed to praise the 49-year-old for his upbeat attitude and positive demeanour after he admitted he was feeling "unwell" over the weekend.
One fan praised: "You (know) what, Johnny. You are living whilst so many of us are just existing… and I for one have no excuse! Love to you and yours xx."
While a second echoed: "Great you had fun for yourself, keep strong Jonnie, thousands of people walking with you."
"You are just one walking, talking and smiling inspiration," a third complimented.
"Looking good Jonnie. So great seeing your lovely smile," added a fourth while a fifth weighed in: "You're looking better every day, Jonnie!"