Former Made In Chelsea stars Millie Mackintosh and Hugo Taylor were married two years ago in a gorgeous ceremony at Babington House in Somerset.
On Tuesday, two years on from their special day, the couple returned again but this time with someone else in tow… their adorable newborn daughter.
Taking to Instagram Millie shared a pair of photographs. The first was her standing holding little Sienna, who was wearing a pink baby grow, and leaning into a kiss with her husband Hugo.
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The second was the loved up couple on their wedding day, Millie wearing an off-the-shoulder flowing gown with a long veil and Hugo looking dapper in white tie.
Millie rhymed in the caption that accompanied the pictures: “Standing on the steps where we said ‘’I do’’ feels even more special now we have you.”
Millie and Hugo first became an item during the early days of Made In Chelsea, that began in 2011.
However the brunette bombshell then went on to marry rapper and singer, Professor Green in 2013. Luckily for Hugo, they broke up in 2016 and the pair were reunited.
Although the duo are obviously enamoured with their little girl, Millie recently opened up on how breastfeeding Sienna has caused her to have anxiety.
In a candid post shared to Instagram, the 30 year old wrote: “Let's talk about breastfeeding – I found it really tough at the beginning.
“Although Sienna now latches on easily and is a good eater, it definitely didn't start that way.
“The first few days I had blistered, cracked nipples and the pain was so intense, I really didn’t know how I was going to carry on.”
Millie continued to reveal she sought advice from professionals but that worsened her mental health around the subject.
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She said: “I spent hours online trying to find the best 'professional' advice on anything that would make the pain and dread stop, as I so desperately wanted to continue to breastfeed my baby girl.
“I found myself totally overwhelmed with all the conflicting advice which only made my anxiety worse.”
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The new mum then revealed she sought help from other mums on a parenting app, called Peanut, where she found comfort and support.
Gushing over her daughter, she added: “My heart melts when she gives the gift of a little smile. Motherhood really is a journey, and that's why sharing stories & tips is so important.
"I encourage any mothers, expectant mothers and those trying to conceive to join the app. It's the support system we all need.”
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