Gigi Hadid is still adjusting to life with a newborn after admitting she’s a ‘new kind of tired’ while also continuing to tease glimpses of her baby daughter.
The former Victoria’s Secret model took a stroll with her little one, who she shares with boyfriend Zayn Malik, this weekend to grab some much-needed fresh air.
In one photo, Gigi has her daughter strapped to her chest as she looks off into the distance while taking in the sunset on her mum’s sprawling farm in Pennsylvania. The model is seen looking lovingly at her daughter who is all snug in a babygrow in another photo.
Gigi wrote in the caption: ‘A whole new kind of busy & tired ?❤️ but she’s da bestie so she got Christmas decorations early.’
She then gave followers a peak at her Christmas tree lit up with fairy lights and decorated with tinsel, baubles and a large candy cane.
Either Gigi or Santa has been busy as the tree was surrounded by several presents already wrapped.
The model has also decorated her cosy living room with a stocking on the fireplace and festive cushions on the armchair.
No doubt the 25-year-old is excited to spend her first Christmas as a mum after welcoming her daughter in September.
Gigi and Zayn, 27, have not revealed their newborn’s name just yet and have kept her face mostly concealed except for a few teasing photos.
The runway star announced her daughter’s arrival on Instagram just days after giving birth, telling fans: ‘Our girl joined us earth-side this weekend and she’s already changed our world. So in love.’
Zayn then introduced his little girl to the world via his own Instagram page and revealed how ‘proud’ he is to be a dad.
He wrote: ‘Our baby girl is here, healthy and 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, and thankful for the life we will have together x.’
The couple have been dating on and off since 2015 and reconciled in late 2018 following a brief split.
Credit: Original article published here.