Sam Branson gets thumbs up from adorable daughter Eva-Deia

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Sam Branson previously said he falls "more and more in love" with his daughter Eva-Deia all the time, and it seems he has got the thumbs up from her too. The proud father shared a photo of himself and the seven-month old together on Monday, showing her looking cheeky as she gives a thumbs-up to the camera.

"Oh this little dudette!" Sam captioned the photo, which shows Eva-Deia sticking her thumb up as she sits on her dad's shoulders. The baby girl looks adorable in a black top with the hood pulled up and grey slippers, while being supported by her smiling dad.

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Sam Branson gets a thumbs-up from baby Eva-Deia

Sam is smitten with his daughter, and often shares photos of her on his social media pages, recently saying that he was, "Getting the baba into Rugby young!" with a trip to the Rugby World Cup on Friday.

The first-time father also penned a heartfelt post for the official Virgin website in March, in which he described welcoming his daughter as "the most amazing ride".

"It's strange looking at something that you know is the most important thing in the world to you but you haven't even touched them yet," Sam wrote. "It took that skin on skin for me to really connect with her and from that moment I have fallen more and more in love with her each second."

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Sam took Eva-Deia to the Rugby World Cup

He added that he is keen to be a hands on parent, and will do all that he can to support his wife Isabella with their bundle of joy.

"I haven't wanted to miss a second and although it is exhausting, the love you feel keeps your energy tank topped up. I didn't realise anything was missing in my life until Eva-Deia came along," he wrote. "I feel like we are a compass and she is our true north."

Sam is not the only family member touched by Eva-Deia's arrival; her grandfather Richard Branson recently wrote an open letter to his grandchildren in which he said it was an "incredible privilege and pleasure" to watch the babies grow, and shared some words of wisdom for them as they get older.

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