Stacey Dooley and Kevin Clifton are doting parents in sweet new photos of baby Minnie
Can we have a collective 'aw' please, because Stacey Dooley's new photos of her baby girl Minnie are seriously cute.
The new mum has shared two new snaps of her newborn daughter, one of herself holding Minnie while at work on her series of DNA Family Secrets, and another of her partner, Strictly dancer Kevin Clifton cradling their two-month old daughter on the sofa.
Beside the adorable black and white picture of Kevin with Minnie, Stacey simply posted a crying emoji, alluding to the heart-melting nature of the moment.
Fans adored the special snap, with one writing: "Such a beautiful photo!!" and another telling the star: "They grow up so quickly. You enjoy every precious minute." A third follower said: "Staceyyyyyyy this is so sweet, I can't, so peaceful, so comfy, so beautiful. I'm beyond happy for you, you deserve it."
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The previous evening, Stacey shared the photo of herself holding cute Minnie on her Instagram Stories. The baby girl looked so precious dressed in a white babygrow and a cosy grey cardigan.
Stacey wrote: "Goodies only. Love working with Prof Turi King. DNA series 3 on its way to uuuuuu later this year."
The Stacey Sleeps Over presenter also took to her Stories to reveal a special tribute to her baby girl. Stacey shared a photo of her arm, which had several bracelets running up it, but one caught attention as it was designed with the initial 'M'.
The mum-of-one didn't caption her touching photo, but she tagged jewellery designers Roxanne First and Atelier VM.
Stacey and Kevin welcomed their bundle of joy back in January. On Mother's Day, professional dancer Kevin paid the sweetest tribute to his family. In a heartwarming Instagram post, he shared: "The most wonderful mum to our daughter Minnie. Love you baby. Happy 1st Mother’s Day [red heart emoji, mouse emoji]".
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