Ever since welcoming her baby girl in October, Alesha Dixon has been careful to keep Azura Sienna out of the spotlight. But she has finally given the world its first glimpse of her adorable daughter in a new trailer for Britain's Got Talent.
The promo for the upcoming BGT series focuses on the fact that all our judges are now parents, and opens with Alesha dancing in her dressing room in front of Azura as she prepares for the show.
Baby Azura makes her TV debut in the new BGT advert
The adorable five-month-old, whose father is dancer Azuka Onoye, can be seen giggling and wiggling around in her bouncer as she watches her mum. She is dressed in a pink and white baby bro and wearing a pink headband in her hair.
Alesha is seen dancing around her dressing room with baby Azura
Little Azura isn't the only celebrity child taking on a starring role in the clip — Amanda Holden's daughter Hollie also makes a special appearance.
The two-year-old can be seen playing with paint while her mum gets ready in her dressing room.
Amanda Holden's daughter Hollie also stars in the TV advert
But when Amanda stands up, she quickly realises that her little girl has managed to get her hand prints all over her glamorous gown.
It's a different story over in Simon Cowell's dressing room, where the music mogul is seen being pampered while an army of beautiful women care for his son Eric. David Walliams then makes a surprise appearance — in drag as one of the nannies.
The clip ends with little Eric, whose mother is Lauren Silverman, throwing a baby rattle at David, while Simon proudly smiles and says 'That's my boy'.
David dresses up as one of Eric's nannies, while Simon relaxes in his dressing room
Of course, David is also a father — the comedian welcomed a son named Alfred with supermodel Lara Stone last May. The clip does include a fleeting reference to David's role at home, when the camera focuses on a mug emblazoned the words 'Number One Dad' in his empty dressing room.
A spokesperson for the show said the trailer was designed to "give an insight into the judges' lives now that they are all parents".
The eighth series of Britain's Got Talent will be back on our screens in April.