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Binky Felstead arrives home with her newborn baby girl

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New mum Binky Felstead has arrived home with her brand new baby girl. The Made In Chelsea star took to Instagram on Wednesday – coincidentally also her 27th birthday – to share a sweet photo of her newborn daughter in her carrycot on a table, surrounded by bouquets of flowers and cards, with a birthday balloon and a 'Baby Girl' balloon also visible. "Couldn't have asked for a better birthday present… Just got to bring our little girl home!!! #happybirthdaytome," Binky captioned the photo.

Binky and her co-star boyfriend Josh 'JP' Patterson became first-time parents on Monday, with a rep confirming exclusively to HELLO! Online that their baby daughter had been born. Proud new daddy JP then shared a sweet black-and-white image with his Instagram followers, showing him holding his little girl's tiny hand. "I'M A DADDY!" he captioned the photograph.

Ahead of the birth, 26-year-old Binky shared her excitement at becoming a mother. "As my due date approaches, I'm actually very excited and not scared really at all," she wrote in her blog for HELLO! Online. "I know I'm being well looked after and I feel like I've learned the majority of what I need to know. My family and Josh have been great, very supportive and calming so it's fine. I'm excited, I can't wait to meet her!"


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She continued: "They say not to plan too much because you can't really plan it properly but I've got what I'd like to happen and I just hope it all goes to plan. I've learned all about other options like hypnobirthing, I think that's really useful for if you get panicky. I'm not panicked yet, I'm actually alright and I feel pretty calm. But if I were to get worked up then I'd know to focus on my breathing and I know how to do that so it's useful."


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