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Haylie Duff enjoys first holiday with baby Ryan

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Haylie Duff and her fiancé Matt Rosenberg are enjoying their first holiday with their daughter Ryan. The couple, who welcomed their first child together in May, took their little girl to the Hawaiian island Kona on Tuesday.

Proud mum Haylie shared a photo of her baby on Instagram, showing her smiling as she lies back wearing a pink swimming costume. "Baby's first vacation. #RyanAvaErhard #16Weeks," Haylie captioned the image.

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Haylie Duff has taken her daughter on her first holiday

The 30-year-old also posted another photo of the adorable youngster, telling her followers that Ryan had just turned 16 weeks old.

"Our sweet baby girl #RyanAvaErhard Rosenberg is 16 weeks today," Haylie wrote, adding a heart emoticon.

Meanwhile Haylie's fiancé Matt also shared a sweet snap of himself and his daughter sleeping in the shade, along with the caption: "Sleeping Bae! Photo cred: @HaylieDuff."

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Haylie's fiance Matt Rosenberg shared a photo of himself and Ryan

Haylie is clearly loving her new role as a mother and often shares snaps of her daughter on social media. The Real Girls Kitchen host has also joined forces with her younger sister Hilary Duff for Similac's Sisterhood of Motherhood campaign, Sisterhood Unite.

The campaign helps parents and mothers to support each other instead of judging parenting choices, with Haylie revealing that she was criticised over both her daughter's name and her birthing plan.

However she can always count on her sister, who has a three-year-old son Luca, for support.

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The couple welcomed their first child together in May

"Whether I just want to cry for a minute or I just need her to hold [Ryan] for a second or whatever it is, she's just there to support me in any way she can," Haylie told People. "I think that's probably been the most important thing for me so far."

Haylie also said that she was happy that their children could both grow up together.

"It's pretty awesome," she said. "It was something that we've wanted since we were little – to one day have kids together – so we're pretty pumped."

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