Sam Faiers is one proud auntie! The 26-year-old, who stars in The Mummy Diaries, took to her Instagram page on Tuesday to share a beautiful picture of her cuddling up to her new nephew Arthur. In the caption, she gushed: "My Baby nephew Arthur. I love you so much you perfect little darling... so excited to go on holiday with you soon." Fans were quick to comment on the photo, with one writing: "Beautiful. He looks just like Nelly when she was a baby." Another remarked: "He's so handsome @samanthafaiers he and nelly have the same eyes."
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Sam's sister Billie, who welcomed little Arthur with fiancé Greg Shepherd last month, also posted a lovely picture of her two-year-old daughter Nelly kissing the newborn. "My beautiful little darlings Nelly and Arthur… I feel like the luckiest mummy in the world," she wrote alongside the snap. In another picture posted earlier in the day, Billie is seen cradling Arthur in her arms as she settles him to sleep. She simply wrote: "So in love with this little poppet."
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The former TOWIE star, 27, announced the arrival of Arthur on Instagram last month, alongside a candid shot of her fiance carrying the baby out of hospital. Captioning the sweet photo, the proud mum-of-two wrote: "Welcome to the world our beautiful baby boy we love you more then words can describe, you are truly perfect in every way… 07/03/17." Billie and Greg got engaged in February 2014, and welcomed daughter Nelly in July of that same year.
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Elsewhere, Sam and her boyfriend Paul Knightley are doting parents to their one-year-old son, Paul Junior. In a recent interview with HELLO!, the 26-year-old TV star opened up about how much she loves motherhood. She confessed: "It's little things, I think just how rewarding it is. It's just watching them learn and grow… He's not walking yet but he's trying so he's zigzagging. Every day is lovely. It's how rewarding it is. It's really small things that before you become a mum you don't appreciate – about other people's children, just not your own."