Fearne Cotton shares rare photo of newborn baby Honey

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Fearne Cotton has teased fans with a new photo of her darling daughter Honey Krissy. The radio presenter, who gave birth to her second child two months ago, has been keeping her newborn out of the spotlight but over the weekend, Fearne couldn't resist sharing the cutest snap ever.

The proud mum captured her daughter in a sweet pose, gently sleeping with a dummy in her mouth, with her hands held up to her face.

"Sunday," Fearne wrote on Instagram, receiving a chime of approval from her followers who commented "Looks perfect!!" and "Heaven".

Sunday

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Fearne Cotton welcomed baby Honey Krissy in September

It looks like the former BBC Radio 1 star was enjoying some downtime with her baby, as she lit a soothing candle and relaxed at home with her tot.

Fearne, who married Jesse Wood last summer, also has a two-year-old son Rex with her husband. In addition, Jesse has two children named Arthur, 12, and Lola, eight, from his previous marriage.

Dad & daughter 💗

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Doting dad Jesse Wood is pictured cosying up to his daughter

The couple are keen to maintain a degree of privacy when it comes to their children, and they rarely share photos of their brood online. When they do, Fearne and Jesse tend to hide their children's faces from view.

Fearne's last photo of baby Honey was posted in October, and showed her husband affectionately lying down next to the newborn who was partially cropped out of the photo. "Dad & daughter," Fearne captioned it alongside a heart-shaped emoticon.

Fearne and Jesse also share a two-year-old son Rex

The 34-year-old welcomed her second child on the morning of 9 September. The TV presenter wrote on Twitter: "Jesse and I are over the moon and buzzing with love, as our baby daughter Honey Krissy Wood came into the world this morning."

The name Krissy is a fitting tribute for Jesse's late mother Krissy Findlay, who passed away in June 2005.

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