Rebecca Adlington is clearly loving being a mummy, and the retired Olympic swimmer is happy to share her joy with fans by sharing snaps of her adorable daughter Summer. Becky, as she is known by her friends, posted a photograph of herself enjoying a walk in the countryside with her little tot and the family pet. No doubt her hubby Harry Needs was on hand to take the picture.
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Becky Adlington welcomed her daughter Summer two months ago
"Walkies!!" Becky, 26, captioned the image.Baby Summer, who was born in June, can be seen in her mother's arm's wearing a cute pink babygro while her mum keeps it casual in a pair of black leggings and jumper.A selfie taken a few days ago, meanwhile, shows mum posing alongside her little one with the sunshine in the background.Becky posted the snap with the caption: "Lovely weekend spent at home with the family and wedding dress shopping for my sister @chloeadlington !!! Soo excited to see @joannejackson86 @thomashaffield tomorrow!!"
Since becoming a mum, the Olympic gold medallist has been giving her Instagram followers a glimpse into her family life, sharing photos of her bonding with her newborn at home – playing with her, feeding her, changing her nappies and regularly taking the tot for a dip in the pool.In an interview with HELLO! Online, the athlete opened up about her baby's features and her personality that was gradually showing – Summer was then about one month old.
"She's got my eyes and Harry's nose so it's nice that she has bits of each of us. I think now that she's awake more and she opens her eyes more, she looks more like me. She's very blonde, she's got really white eyebrows and eyelashes so I think she'll end up looking more like me because she's so blonde."She spoke about the unconditional love of a mother: "It's amazing how you love your baby straight away. You can't really explain it, you can't describe it. People spoke to me before about unconditional love and that you'll do anything for your baby, but you don't really realise it until it happens to you. It's bizarre because you don't know them and they don't know you but you just love them so much. It's absolutely amazing."