Daisy Lowe’s newborn photos have completely warmed our hearts.
The model, 34, became a mother for the first time in April when she and her fiancé Jordan Saul welcomed their first child, a daughter.
She wrote excitedly at the time after an agonising wait: ‘Our Easter egg finally hatched!’
Revealing her newborn’s name, she added: ‘Ivy Love Saul you have made all my dreams come true- our dream girl 💘’
‘I have never known happiness or love like this. I can’t stop crying tears of joy’, Daisy signed off.
Daisy has kept her fans up to speed on the ups and downs of pregnancy and new parenthood, and she took to Instagram this weekend to capture another priceless event.
Daisy, who was born in London, was pictured embracing young Ivy as they enjoyed a bath together, with Daisy unable to keep the smile from her face.
A second photo showed the model wheeling Ivy in her pram while relaxing on a vacation in Chelsea.
Daisy and Ivy were photographed snuggling on the bed, sharing some beautiful mother-daughter bonding time.
Ivy was also spotted searching through her leopard print rucksack while wearing a very trendy pink tracksuit – certainly following in her mother’s footsteps!
Daisy’s caption read: ‘Family staycation in the heart of Chelsea ♥️
‘What a beautiful and warm hotel- thank you for making our weekend so special. The comfiest bed to rest my very tired eyes & the most luxurious bath for Ivy & i to splash around in.’
‘We love love love you @BelmondCadogan @TheLaleeChelsea ♥️’
Daisy’s followers were all heart eyes in the comments, with one writing: ‘Motherhood really suits you ❤️’
‘You look fabulous @daisylowe 😍 such a great mama glow ❤️’, complimented another.
‘Ivy has such lovely dark hair and lashes like her mum! 😍’, said another.
Daisy’s post comes after she reflected on the reality of being a mum in a recent interview.
The stylish star admitted: ‘Nothing can prepare you.
‘I feel it’s the most incredible, magical, intense, nutty, pulling-yourself-in-all-directions experience. Nothing will prepare you.’
But, Daisy has always ‘fantasised forever about being a mum’.
‘I always wanted to be a mum,’ she said sweetly.
‘But it’s so obviously different in practice than it is in your head.
‘At one point there were tears, and Jordan said, “You knew this was going to be really hard!” And I knew it would be hard, but it’s very different in practice. It’s a learning curve, every day.’