Fifi Box has welcomed her second daughter into the world and she’s overflowing with love.
Sharing the exciting news to Instagram, the TV and radio star posted a sweet photo of herself with her two daughters, Trixie, six, and newborn Daisy.
“Welcome to the world our beautiful little sweetheart Daisy Belle Box!!” she wrote.
“And just like that our perfect little family became a whole lot ‘perfecter’.
“Trixie and I are so hopelessly in love with Daisy, we can’t wait to build our future with her, I am the luckiest mumma to be blessed with these two precious angels”.
She later shared another image with her 267,000 followers on Instagram, alongside the caption: “My girls. I couldn’t possibly be any happier. Daisy Belle Box Trixie Belle Box.”
Congratulations have been flowing in for Fifi and her family, including from Sophie Monk who gave her a big, “CONGRATULATIONS”.
Edwina Bartholomew, who has just announced her own pregnancy, said, “Girl squad goals. Congratulation @fifi_box xxx”
“Congrats Fifi and Trixie!!!!” Gogglebox star Yvie Jones wrote, “Daisy is just beautiful and what an amazing family you are. Much love xx”
Preparing Trixie for baby
Fifi’s new arrival is bringing just as much joy to her as it is to her daughter Trixie, who has been excitedly awaiting her younger sister.
Earlier this month, Fifi hosted a ‘big sister’ party for Trixie, celebrating the fact that she is about to have a sibling in the same way a baby shower celebrates an expecting mum.
She also has an adorable big sister book with her face inserted onto all the pages and is so excited about the baby that she drew her own book picturing life with the bub.
A difficult pregnancy
Fifi’s second pregnancy brought with it a horrifying case of hyperemesis gravidarum - the severe pregnancy condition Kate Middleton also had, that leaves women debilitated and bedridden by nausea.
Speaking about her experience, Fifi said, “Hyperemesis gravidarum is a terribly isolating journey of chronic nausea with no relief.
“I have felt poisoned every second of this pregnancy, it’s like having gastro every minute, every hour of every day for nine months.
“It is possibly the greatest mental and physical challenge of my life.”
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