Harry Judd is one proud father. The McFly drummer thrilled fans by sharing a sweet photo of his baby daughter Lola as she enjoyed morning cuddles with his wife Izzy on Tuesday.
The snap shows Lola sitting on her mum's lap in a white babygro, and gazing back at the camera while Izzy smiles on happily. The rare glimpse at the three-month-old quickly proved popular among Harry's fans, who commented on how "cute" the baby is.
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Harry Judd has shared a sweet photo of his daughter Lola
"Awww she looks so much like her mummy," one commented, while another wrote: "What a pair! Your pride's gotta be bursting, eh Harry."
Harry and Izzy welcomed their first child together at the end of January, and introduced their daughter to the world in an exclusive photoshoot with HELLO! magazine the following month.
"You are just floating in a cloud of love," Harry told HELLO! "It's amazing. Our wedding day was the best day of my life and this was a similar feeling but times ten.
The McFly drummer has described fatherhood as "the best thing ever"
"Being a dad just feels right. It feels quite natural. It is the best thing ever."
The 30-year-old has continued to share his experiences of fatherhood on social media, and recently told fans: "Being a Dad is the most awesome thing ever."
Harry, who has been open about turning to IVF to conceive after the couple's fertility struggles, also shared his "positive vibes" to anyone else trying for a baby.
Izzy and Harry welcomed their daughter in January
"This day last year was the day we found out @izzyeyesalight was pregnant. We felt mixed emotion considering what we had been through…" Harry tweeted, adding: "Just wanted to send positive vibes to anyone else trying for a baby."
After enjoying some downtime with Izzy and their baby girl, Harry has started rehearsals for the McFly Anthology tour – their first live shows as a four piece since 2013.
The All About You singers will perform in four different cities – London, Glasgow, Birmingham and Manchester – in June. They will play three nights in each city, performing a different set list each night from their five studio albums.