Una Foden is full of love for her newborn son Tadhg so it's no surprise that The Saturdays singer is celebrating every possible milestone. Sharing the cutest photo on Instagram of her little bundle of joy, Una noted the eight week mark since the birth of her baby boy.
"Can't believe this little lad is 2 months old already! #Tadhg," she captioned the photo.
Tadhg – pronounced Tai-g – was pictured looking up at the camera with his bright blue eyes and even showing a hint of his mummy's trademark pout.
Baby Tadhg is already showing a hint of his mum Una Foden's trademark pout
Una and her rugby player husband Ben Foden, who are also parents to three-year-old daughter Aoife, welcomed their son on 2 February. The 33-year-old singer has been sharing beautiful photos of her family online, with another recent snap showing young Aoife tenderly stroking her little brother's cheek.
Una also marked baby Tadhg's five-week milestone, with a couple of photos of the tot lying in his crib looking as sweet as ever, and another of proud dad Ben cradling the couple's new arrival in his arms. "My heart could burst with how in love I am x," wrote Una.
Aoife Belle, three, is big sister to baby Tadhg
The Irish star and her husband introduced their baby boy exclusively to HELLO! magazine, a few weeks after Una gave birth.
Reflecting back on the last stages of her pregnancy, which saw England rugby player Ben nursing a serious knee injury, Una said: "The lead up to the birth was so hard because at one point it looked like Ben was going in for surgery the week that I was due."
Una and Ben Foden welcomed their baby boy on 2 February
"We had visions of me lying on the operating table in one theatre and Una being next door," said Ben.
"I was heartbroken for Ben," added Una. "And a lot of tears were shed but we work as a team and the upside is that he's been able to spend so much time with Tadhg."
Explaining the reasoning behind choosing a traditional Irish moniker for their son, Ben said: "We were going over names for ages and I'd suggested Ty, which I really liked, when Una said, 'There's an Irish name that's very similar. As soon as she said it, I thought, 'That's cool.' With Una being Irish and Aoife having a traditional Irish name, it seemed fitting."