Sam Faiers shares adorable moment son Paul giggles as he watches his newborn brother

Sam Faiers has shared an adorable moment between her two sons, as big brother Paul giggled as he watched over his newborn baby brother.

The former TOWIE star, 31, took to her Instagram stories to share the clip in which Paul, six, was laying in bed with his baby brother, laying a sweet hand on the little ones back and giggling to his mother, saying: “He’s trying to get up”.

Sam gave birth to her third child, yet to be named publicly, a few weeks ago, announcing his arrival a few weeks ago with a sweet video posted to Instagram.

Sam and her partner, Paul Knightley, are also parents to a daughter, Rosie, aged four.


In the post announcing the newborn’s arrival into the world, Sam shared a sweet video compilation that featured blue fireworks, as well as Sam’s partner, Paul Knightley and their daughter Rosie holding her hands as she was in her birthing pool at home.

Other clips showed her son Paul Jr, six, and Rosie kissing and cuddling their new baby brother as Paul Sr held him, and another snippet captured Rosie asleep as she faced her new brother.

Captioning the post, Sam wrote: “My whole world,

“No words can describe how in love we are with you baby boy. I honestly can’t explain my feelings right now Mummy loves you more than you could ever imagine.

“Currently in our baby bubble, be back soon”

Since then, Sam has been documenting her precious moments with her newest born child, with sweet snaps and videos of him and his brother and sister.

Yesterday, she posted an adorable boomerang video of the little one sleeping in a white baby grow, on an elephant printed blanket.

Captioning the Instagram story, Sam wrote: “I love you so much my little baby”.

Last week, the mum of three urged fellow mums with newborns to be kind to themselves and enjoy this phase of having a child.

She wrote: “1 whole week of adoring and loving you baby boy. Being a new mummy again has made me realise how precious this time is.

“You have been in our arms the whole time, we just can’t put you down."

Sam continued: “I just wanted to say to any new parents going through this first stage like us.. you’ve got this everything is a little upside down & uncertain.. the baby needs feeding constantly, nappies are being changed all day, baby grows being washed constantly, trying to keep on top of other things in the house, remembering to eat

“It’s all part of it and just go with it, I promise it’s what you miss after a few weeks. When I’m feeding him in the night (exhausted, sore nips, aching, emotional…) I just look at him & think this only lasts a short time just be kind to yourself know you’re doing your best & give your baby all the love and cuddles they need have a lovely weekend everyone”.

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