DANIELLE Armstrong has celebrated her daughter's first week in the world with some intimate photos of the newborn.
The former Towie star, 32, welcomed Orla Mae Edney on May 26 with fiancé Tom Edney.
The proud mum shared the adorable pics on Instagram writing: "How Are You Already 1 Week ??? #babygirl?."
One of the photos shows Orla moments after birth in Danielle's arms as she fondly cradles her first born.
In the second photo Orla is in her bassinet, sporting a very cute pink, frilly Babygro.
Her fans gushed over the beautiful pics and congratulated the reality star on her bundle of joy.
One wrote: "So precious ❤️"
While another wrote: "She is beautiful. Look she is in a lovely deep sleep. ?"
And a third wrote: "So cute looks like her daddy.??"
Many of her 1.3million followers wanted Danielle to speak more about her difficult labour.
Shortly after Orla's birth, Danielle admitted it had been a difficult labour and her last days of pregnancy were "tough" because the baby was overdue.
She wrote after welcoming Orla to the world: "Orla kept us waiting.
"I'm not even going to talk about the labour, I'll save that for another day. She's here and that's all that matters.
"I am exhausted. I think all women who have children are superheroes. And the midwives."
Danielle continued: "I literally feel like I've been hit by a bus.
"I'm so pleased she's here, I feel like the happiest girl in the world."
The mum-of-one has been resting at her Essex home and falling more in love with her daughter every day.
She regularly posts videos of the baby and today even celebrated her "windy faces".
Danielle got engaged to Tommy in March – but they were actually childhood sweethearts.
Danielle said she had given up on love before falling head over heels for her friend who she first met 22 years ago.
The couple have known they've been expecting a girl since throwing a lavish gender reveal party in November where she was joined by her celebrity pals including Ferne McCann.
During the bash, the couple held a pink balloon which read: "It's a girl."
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