Sports stars and clubs across the world continue to provide an insight into their lives on social media.
Here, the PA news agency looks at some of the best examples from June 21.
Lots of sports stars took to social media to mark Father’s Day, including golfer Lee Westwood…
A post shared by Lee Westwood (@westwood_lee) on Jun 21, 2020 at 2:28am PDT
England cricket star Danni Wyatt…
A post shared by Danielle Wyatt (@danniwyatt28) on Jun 21, 2020 at 2:42am PDT
And heavyweight champion Tyson Fury.
A post shared by Tyson Fury (@gypsyking101) on Jun 21, 2020 at 4:25am PDT
Steph Houghton thanks her dad for getting her involved in football.
— Barclays FA Women's Super League (@BarclaysFAWSL) June 21, 2020
George North celebrated his first Father’s Day
Amazing being able to spend my first Father’s Day with this little one. Where has 7 weeks gone already?! Happy Father’s Day to all the Dads out there. @DoveMenUK . Classic #instavreality 😂 pic.twitter.com/XwAyCG3Vyq
— George North (@George_North) June 21, 2020
Former Leicester and Cardiff Blues winger Blaine Scully also experienced it for the first time.
Happy Father’s Day. First months of fatherhood have exceeded all expectation. Now with first-hand appreciation for the responsibility of what “dad” means. Know this is the most important job I will have & hope to be a positive example for the rest of my life. Love to all. pic.twitter.com/vS1psR9OA0
— Blaine Scully (@BlaineScully1) June 21, 2020
England World Cup winner Ben Cohen joined his three daughters.
— Ben Cohen (@RugbyBenCohen) June 21, 2020
Isaac Hayden hopes Newcastle can build on their impressive return.
Good performance to come back with, great shift from everyone. We look to build on it and go again Wednesday. We know you couldn’t be with us but we felt the support in spirit. #NUFC pic.twitter.com/7qltra09Lm
— Isaac Hayden (@IsaacHayden65) June 21, 2020
Meanwhile, British tennis players were excited to get on court