LOVE Island's Cara De La Hoyde oozed proud mum vibes as she shared the first picture of daughter Delilah snuggled with her big brother.
The ITV2 show star was pleased as punch to be able to upload the adorable snap to her Instagram page, which showed Freddie-George planting a tender kiss on the tot's forehead as she slept.
Proving she is already set to be a trendy youngster, Delilah was seen wearing a white sleep suit and a leopard print bandana.
Alongside the image 26-year-old Cara, who shares her children with Love Island co-star Nathan Massey, gushed: "So happy that I can finally post my favourite photo on my camera roll," followed by a smiling Emoji icon.
She then added the sweet words: "My babies."
On Monday, the cute couple revealed their newborn daughter is "healthy and beautiful" as Cara shared the news of her daughter's name with fans.
Here she is our Princess 👑💕 Delilah delaHoyde-Massey 💕 Read all about her and my birth in this weeks @new_magazine out NOW ✨
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"Here she is our princess. Delilah De La Hoyde-Massey," Cara wrote on Instagram.
"She's healthy and beautiful," Nathan told New! magazine. "Cara is an absolute hero and, I tell you what, I take my hat off to all women."
The reality star was rushed to hospital to be induced after being diagnosed with pre eclampsia.
The Sun Online revealed Cara gave birth to her first daughter on the morning of July 28.
Last week, Cara stripped down to her underwear for a sexy shoot just nine days after giving birth.
The mum-of-two took some candid selfies on the set of her latest project and fans and friends were blown away.
Taking a series of mirror shots from a variety of angles inside a lavish bathroom, Cara displayed her body confidence.
She wrote: "Nine days later this is me. Great day today shooting something very exciting."
They were a big hit and sparked an outpouring of positive comments.
Just one day after giving birth, Cara shared a topless selfie of herself showing the "reality" of a post-partum body.
In the honest pic, Cara is standing side on in white pants, with tropical leaf print and is covering her breasts with her arm.
Her hair was tied up in a messy bun and her belly popped out.
She captioned the Instagram post: "The reality of having [a] baby."
New mothers often will have a post-partum bump for days and even weeks after giving birth.
It's caused by weight gain during pregnancy, hormones and from the abdominal muscles and connective tissue stretching to make room for the baby growing inside their bellies.
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