Influencer Tammy Hembrow gave birth on Sunday morning.
The bikini model was beginning to grow frustrated as her baby arrived way past her due date.
Last week she kept joking she was still waiting to go into labour before finally meeting her newborn over the weekend.
And just hours after giving birth she shared the exciting news on Instagram where she has over 15.1m followers.
Her social media caption read: "The absolute hardest yet most rewarding thing I've ever done.
"An unmedicated VBA2C. No words. Birth story to come. For now just resting in my love bubble with my perfect little girl."
The 28-year-old's fiancé Ryan also shared the exciting news to his Instagram page, writing: "Our little girl, perfect in every way.
"Mum was incredible and so strong.
"It's been a roller coaster 24 hours but welcoming her into the world has made everything better."
Discussing his daughter's rare mutation called polydactyly, Ryan added: "She's beautiful, 12 fingers and all."
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Mum Tammy was also born with 12 fingers and had two removed shortly after she was born.
Polydactyly is a condition in which a baby is born with one or two more extra fingers.
It is common which often runs in families and the extra fingers are usually small and abnormally developed.
The influencer had been proudly flaunting her baby bump as she dropped jaws in a matching crop top and skirt.
The crop featured a cut-out design while the skirt had a slit on the left.
She teamed the look with a pair of pink heels which came with an adorable butterfly design.
Although she often shared glowing snaps during her pregnancy, Tammy had been struggling with her health.
In March, she explained how she constantly feels lethargic because she is fully anaemic.
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Anaemia is a condition where the blood doesn't have enough healthy red blood cells to carry oxygen around the body.
It is believed mild anaemia is quite common during a woman's pregnancy.
Tammy also has two children from a previous relationship, Wolf and Saskia.
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