Geordie Shore’s Charlotte Crosby is back home with her new baby girl after giving birth 10 days ago.
The Just Tattoo Of Us host, who has shared her pregnancy journey with fans from the start, took to Instagram on Sunday to reveal she’s recovering well after her C-section.
She also revealed there were some renovation works being done to Crosby Manor while she was away.
She took to Instagram Stories to tell her followers both mum and baby were healthy and well, and to thank everyone for their congratulatory wishes.
‘Finally home. First of all THANK YOU so much for all our messages,’ she wrote.
‘We’ve been in the biggest baby bubble for the last week! But we are all home healthy safe and well.
‘Baby girl is just so precious. My life has truly changed. What a blessing. Came home to lots of lovely gifts, flowers and surprises.’
The Geordie also mentioned her house, which she shares with her boyfriend Jake Ankers, is undergoing a few changes, no doubt to mark their baby’s arrival.
‘Lots of changes been going on @thecrosbymanor while we have been away,’ she added.
The 32-year-old announced the exciting news that she was expecting her first child with Jake in April.
Announcing her daughter’s arrival into the world on October 15, the Ex On The Beach star shared a few pictures on Instagram of her and Jake in the hospital, before linking back to her subscriber-only blog in which she’d shared a new post entitled: ‘I’m officially a mother!!’
Sharing the happy news on Twitter, Charlotte’s dad Gary also penned a happy update: ‘So, officially a grandfather! Little girl, all is well.
‘Excited for the new chapter in our little family,’ he wrote.
Throughout her pregnancy, the new mum was open about the fact that it hadn’t always been an easy journey.
She frequently updated her followers with some of the less pleasant experiences she has had during her first pregnancy, explaining: ‘Heartburn decided to pop up this week and it looks like it’s sticking around, on top of that my sickness has crept back in with a vengeance.
‘I’ve admitted defeat with that part to be honest I’m not wishing for it to go away now I’ve just accepted it. My hormones, my god don’t even get me started.’
It looks like it was all worth it!