Chloe Lewis has shared a series of adorable snaps of her newborn son Beau after giving birth to him in early October.
The former The Only Way Is Essex star, who welcomed her first child into the world with boyfriend Danny Flasher earlier this year, took to her Instagram stories to showcase the loving snaps with her 1million followers.
Starting off with a sweet clip, Chloe can be seen cradling her nine week old baby as she whispers: "Mummy loves you." She and Danny can be heard giggling as the little tot tilts his head back and stares up at his mum.
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Chloe, who recently met up with pals Lydia Bright and Georgia Kousoulou for their annual Christmas lunch, then treated her fans to an up-close picture of Beau wrapped up in a white blanket as he peacefully sleeps. A second picture shows the little one's small feet, while a third sees her mum, Nicole, cradling the newborn at the hospital.
The 28 year old's mum is standing next to Chloe's dad Jon as they both smile at the camera while Nicole delicately holds Beau in her arms. Over the sweet photo, Chloe wrote: "Forever grateful for these 2 I couldn't have done it without you mumma". [sic]
The adorable throwback photos kept coming as she shared yet another snap of her baby just days after he was born. Beau can be seen pulling a face as he's wrapped up in a blanket and has a little hat on his tiny head.
Another photo shows Danny touching his nose against his son's, he closes his eyes as he embraces the intimate moment with Beau.
Later, Chloe brought her fans back to the present day as she showed off the decorations on her Christmas tree. Adding a sparkly filter to the short clip, the mum shared a new Christmas tree ornament of the letter 'B'. Over this, she wrote: "Every year I add something sentimental on my tree This year it's a 'B' for my Beau". [sic]
Chloe announced that she had given birth to her first child in October, sharing a photo of her son’s tiny feet alongside her happy announcement.
The stunning star wrote alongside the image: “Earlier this week our baby boy arrived. We are completely besotted & so so in LOVE.”
Chloe had exclusively revealed to OK! magazine that she was due in late September and said she hadn’t “over prepared” because her sister has three children so she “doesn’t think she needs to”.
She was then asked if she was shocked to find out she was pregnant, to which she said: “No, but it was our first try. She added: “We talked about having babies in December and by mid January I was pregnant. I told Danny on his birthday.”
However, after finding out about her pregnancy, Chloe heartbreakingly discovered she had been pregnant with twins but had miscarried one.
Speaking about the traumatic event Chloe, who didn't know she was expecting twins in the early stages, said: “I found out I was pregnant and told Danny and my family. I got to eight weeks but hadn’t had a scan. But I started bleeding in the middle of the night; I went to the toilet and I thought the worst.
“Danny kept saying it was normal, he’s done loads of reading and said it was something about the baby nestling into the womb. But I said to him: ‘Dan, this is a lot of blood.’ So I thought I had miscarried.”
She added: “The next day I booked a scan with a private doctor, and she said: ‘There’s baby number one and baby number two.’ I was shocked. “But then she said she could only see one of the embryos, so it was either behind the other or I had lost it. I told her about the bleeding and she said that I probably had lost it.”
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Chloe then revealed she had to wait three weeks before she could find out for certain if she had miscarried one of the twins.
And, after having the devastating news confirmed that she had miscarried one of the identical twins – which is a condition called vanishing twin syndrome – Chloe said she grieved for "about three months”.
But, luckily her supportive family helped her mentally recover from the heartbreaking event.
She said the rest of her pregnancy had been “so easy” as she said: “I feel healthier pregnant. Even my hair and skin have been better.
”But for any woman it’s hard mentally, you don’t have the break of going out and having fun and all that anyone ever talks to you about is being pregnant.”Source: Read Full Article