Charlotte Church has taken to social media to share a rare glimpse of her baby daughter.
The former child singing sensation has updated her official Instagram story with a clip of the youngster playing in the garden.
As Charlotte watered the plants in her South Wales garden, the 10 month old girl could be seen beaming away.
Standing in a rolling walker, the youngster rocked a green babygrow covered in tigers.
Keeping the sun off her face she also had a cute green hat on.
Speaking from behind the camera, Charlotte could be heard saying: "Here we have our beautiful big blueberry."
She then bent down and posed next to her daughter before continuing to show off the rest of her garden.
Charlotte and her husband Jonathan Powell welcomed the little one in 2020 but opted to keep the birth a secret.
It's still not know what the proud parents have decided to name her.
Charlotte already to Ruby, 13, and son Dexter, 12, from her past relationship with Welsh sporting ace Gavin Henson.
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Announcing the arrival of her daughter in March, Charlotte casually told Sink The Pink Pop Tarts podcast: "I would love to introduce you to my little baby. Covid realness honey."
She then held her up for the camera.
Earlier this year it was confirmed that Charlotte is planning to return to the stage after a two year break.
The Welsh songstress, 35, will perform at Pontins for their Bongo's Bingo party in Prestatyn.
A source at the time revealed how the booking is being seen as a major coup for bosses of the holiday venue.
However, while it may be impresive for Pontins chiefs, it's yet to be seen what it will do for Charlotte's career.
A source told The Sun: "Getting Charlotte on board is a coup for Pontins but a bit of a low point in her career.
"She has sold millions of records and used to sell out concerts.
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"Playing to a load of bingo lovers and bluecoats in North Wales is a nosedive compared with the days she charmed the Royal Albert Hall."
Other stars who have perfromed at the holiday park include The Chuckle Brothers and 5ive.
The last time Charlotte's took to the stage to perform was in February 2019.
The Crazy Chick singer headlined Yes is More – a Welsh independence concert.
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