Rebecca Adlington and husband Harry Needs are nearing the end of their first family holiday with their daughter Summer in the Caribbean island of Antigua. The former Olympian marked the occasion with an adorable photo of her little girl which she shared with her social media fans.
The sunny snap showed the mother and daughter soaking up the rays by a pool in a stunning resort. Rebecca showed off her toned body in a polka dot bikini, while five-month-old Summer smiled in a matching swimsuit.
The former Olympian and husband Harry are away in Antigua with their daughter Summer
The caption read: "Gutted to be leaving @stjamesclub today. Been an amazing holiday. Going to be freezingggg at home! Looking forward to seeing my doggies though :-) #holiday #noplacelikehome"
The happy couple, who are both swimmers, have been enjoying their family paradise getaway but have kept their fans updated along the way. The mother-of-one uploaded a family selfie on her Instagram, while Harry teased his Twitter followers with news of his enviable tan: "I wish everyone could come into my bathroom just to see how brown I am #hoildaytan #bathroomtan #flightday #hometime"
The couple married in August 2014 and welcomed Summer the following June
Rebecca and Harry welcomed their baby girl on 8 June, and introduced her to the world with an exclusive interview and photoshoot with HELLO! magazine, where the new dad revealed how they chose the beautiful name for their little girl. "When we realised Becky had won her medals in summer, that we got married in summer, and that our baby was born in summer, it made perfect sense to name her after our favourite time of year," he said.
The loved up pair, who have been married since 31st August 2014, are hoping to expand their family. "I think we'll try and get pregnant again next year," Rebecca told The Mirror. "Harry wants four kids, but I do not. I told him, 'You're not the one pushing them out!'"
The 26-year-old also spoke about how Summer has changed her perspective in life. "When you have a baby a lot of stuff seems irrelevant. It's like 'why am I worrying about this? I have this amazing daughter, it's not about me'."