Stacey Solomon has shared the latest snaps of her adorable baby Rose and the newborn looked utterly adorable in a festive Mrs Claus Santa outfit.
Stacey, 32, posed her little girl on her new teddy fabric sofa, which completed hers and 39 year old fiancé Joe Swash's new living room at Pickle Cottage recently.
In a series of four shots, the cute tot went from smiling to looking shocked to laughing her head off in the sweet Christmas scene.
“Merry Christmas. Lots of love from our smiley, little Christmas Rose," the Loose Women star captioned the post.
It comes as Stacey and Joe's son Rex, two, wore a Spiderman costume to their trip to the Cinderella pantomime.
“I hope this brings a smile to your night as much as it did ours.
“The fourth one is going on the wall.”
Friends and fans flocked to the comments as they gushed over the adorable snaps.
“I can’t cope,” one person exclaimed, followed by sharing how excited they were for cuddles.
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Singer Alexandra Burke gushed: “Soooo adorable xxx.”
As another follower declared: “OH MY GOODNESS HOW ADORABLE. What amazing photos @staceysolomon.”
While friends who knew Stacey well joked little Rose had her “mum’s toe” in the first snap.
“What a happy lovely little girl Rose is you are truly blessed,” another person added.
In her Stories, the Tap to Tidy author revealed she’d ordered Rose’s adorable crochet knit Mrs Claus dress from a small business she’d used before called @smelly_cat_designs.
She gushed that the outfit, complete with a matching Christmas bobble hat, was “melting” her heart, later admitting she simply “couldn’t resist doing an official post with her little girl in it.
Earlier in the day, Stacey also shared Stories of her and son Rex enjoying some festive baking.
The Sort Your Life out presenter admitted she'd missed doing her normal activities with her family and all the Christmas crafts but she just hadn't had the time after giving birth in October.
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