Gigi Hadid has shared her first selfie since giving birth to her daughter.
The model welcomed her first child with boyfriend Zayn Malik in September.
She posted an Instagram photo on Sunday urging her followers to vote in the upcoming presidential election.
The 25-year-old, wearing yellow trousers and a T-shirt with the ‘VOTE’ printed on it, said she voted absentee ‘with my daughter next to me’.
She didn’t reveal who she voted for, but added she voted ‘for a nation that is unified, that is empathetic, & for a leader that is compassionate’.
Gigi wrote in the picture caption: ‘I voted absentee last week with my daughter next to me, for an America I want her to see; but not just for us – for fellow Americans that are less privileged, with hope for a nation that is unified, that is empathetic, & for a leader that is compassionate.’
The new mum went on: ‘YOU HAVE A WEEK AND A HALF. IF YOU’RE VOTING EARLY IM PROUD OF YOU.
‘IF YOU MAILED IN YOUR ABSENTEE BALLOT I’M PROUD OF YOU. (&& if you dropped it off at your County’s Board of Elections Office or at an Early Polling Site I’m proud of you!!)
‘IF YOU’RE GOING TO THE POLLS ON NOVEMBER 3RD I’M PROUD OF YOU. Whatever your PLAN, I’m proud of you; make sure you have one !!!’
Gigi and Zayn announced their baby girl’s birth on social media saying ‘she’s already changed our world’.
The former One Direction star posted: ‘Our baby girl is here, healthy & beautiful??❤️to try put into words how i am feeling right now would be an impossible task.
‘The love i feel for this tiny human is beyond my understanding. Grateful to know her, proud to call her mine, & thankful for the life we will have together.’
It has been reported that Gigi welcomed her little on her family’s farm in Pennsylvania where she had been staying during lockdown.
Zayn and Gigi first begun dating in 2015 and were on and off before reuniting at the end of 2019.
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