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Gemma Atkinson reveals baby Mia is a speedy crawler

The former Hollyoaks star shared the clip on Instagram

Aisha Nozari

Gemma Atkinson's eleven-month-old daughter Mia really has this crawling thing down to a T! The former Hollyoaks star shared a clip of her daughter chewing on a little toy bag full of animals on Tuesday, and in the video, doting mum Gemma can be heard saying: "You got your elephant? She says yes. And my lion. And my giraffe."

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Hilariously, as soon as Gemma stopped talking to her daughter, Mia, who is wearing a bright pink t-shirt and a sweet headband, crawls out of view, and the little girl has picked up some serious speed of late.

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Mia is growing up so fast! 

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But Gemma revealed earlier in the month that she has some reservations about how quickly her daughter, who is nearly walking, is growing up. Speaking to HELLO!, the 35-year-old opened up about the sweet reason she experiences "mixed emotions" when Mia reaches a new milestone.

"It's a mixture of emotions as a parent because you're so proud of their little achievements and you're rooting for them to do it, but then also you think 'don't do it too quickly because you won't need me as much,'" the star explained.

What’s more, the mother-of-one added that she's most relaxed when Mia is in the gym with her, due to the room's padded floors. The radio host explained: "It relaxes me when she's in there with us because it's a padded floor, it's like a foam floor for dropping weights. So at least if she's going to crawl or walk on there she can't hurt herself."

In Gemma's latest video, Mia can be seen on a soft, white carpet – so we can imagine that mum Gemma wasn't too worried about the speed at which her daughter zoomed off camera! 

  

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