Fans of Tom Fletcher and his wife Giovanna were given a glimpse of the couple's newborn son Buddy over the weekend, when Tom shared an adorable "Bump to Buddy" video. And now proud mum Giovanna has treated her Instagram followers to a close-up photo of her baby boy.
Captioning the black-and-white photo "so much love for these three," Giovanna posted a picture of her three-week-old tot, her elder son Buzz and her husband Tom.
Tom and Buzz, who wore matching striped tops, were caught mid-kiss, while baby Buddy peered out at the camera. The little bundle of joy held one hand up to his face while his doting mum took the picture.
"So much love for these three", wrote Giovanna Fletcher
The HELLO! Online blogger and her McBusted singer husband officially introduced their baby boy to the world on Sunday, when they uploaded a three-minute video on YouTube.
Tom, who is a fan of home videos and created a similar one for Buzz's birth, produced a heart-warming clip that documented every day of Giovanna's pregnancy. After her bump gets bigger and bigger, Giovanna walks in at the end of the video, cradling her newborn son.
Tom wrote on Twitter: "Wishing my wife @MrsGiFletcher a happy Mother's Day. You are truly incredible, look at what you did in 9 months! X".
Tom Fletcher created an adorable "Bump to Buddy" video
The video comes just a few days after Giovanna opened up about her body shaming experience. The 31-year-old explained on This Morning: "We were out and Tom had been asked for a photo, so we were talking to this lady, and she looked at me and looked at my tummy and laughed and said 'Haha, mummy's still got her tummy'.
"I was literally holding Buddy at the time, and I kind of laughed with it. And then she asked me to be in the photo with her. [But] I was like 'no, it's okay' and then she said, 'Okay, maybe another time when your face has slimmed down.'"
Giovanna revealed that she had been body shamed 11 days after giving birth
"I think I was just in shock that it was said!" added Giovanna. "Tom's jaw dropped. I just think neither of us could really believe that it was being said."
Giovanna went on to say that she decided to share her story to inspire other people.
Little Buddy Bob was born on 16 February
Posting a selfie on Instagram, she wrote: "Yes, I still have a bump. But that bump kept my little baby boy safe for a whole nine months. That bump has filled my world with even more love and light than I knew possible.
"That bump is a miracle worker... My bump will slowly go over time, but I'll never stop being thankful to it and my body for everything it's given me."