Tamara Ecclestone said she is "so proud" after her daughter Sophia learned to swim. The doting mum is currently enjoying a family holiday in Dubai with her "princess", and couldn't resist sharing a video of Sophia showing off her impressive new skill.
The short clip shows the toddler standing at the side of a swimming pool while wearing goggles and bikini bottoms. After dipping her feet into the water, Sophia bravely jumps in and swims front crawl with her head underwater, all without the aid of arm bands or any floats.
Tamara Ecclestone's daughter Sophia has learned how to swim
"So proud my heart is so full," Tamara captioned the video.
The clip impressed many of Tamara's followers, with one describing Sophia's swimming as "incredible", while another wrote: "Amazing, no armbands either! Excellent xx."
Later the 32-year-old cuddled up to her daughter for a selfie, with the pair both smiling while relaxing on a sun lounger. "Some quiet time after all that swimming," Tamara wrote.
The mother-daughter duo are currently on holiday in Dubai
The mother-daughter duo jetted to Dubai over the weekend and appear to be having lots of fun together judging by the photos shared on Tamara's Instagram account. As well as enjoying frozen hot chocolates, pedicures and lots of swimming, little Sophia has also been spending time playing with her cousins, who have joined them on the trip.
Tamara dotes on her daughter and recently revealed that she is still breastfeeding the two and a half year old, and has no plans to stop. Speaking about her plans to continue breastfeeding her toddler in an interview with The Sun, the F1 heiress said: "It's something that is so natural…When there are people walking around the streets these days in thongs and bras, I'm like, 'Really? Can anyone say anything?' I find it bizarre what people's priorities are."
Speaking about eventually stopping, she said: "We'll cross that bridge if it comes to it, but for now she's my baby. You're doing something that is so amazing for your child, but it can cause such hostility and anger."