"Used this gadget when we were weaning T! Now it's Gigi's turn," the Steph's Packed Lunch star wrote on Instagram.
The photo showed a Babymoov Nutribaby Plus blender sitting on her kitchen counter with lots of different fruits and vegetables inside, including apple, spinach and cauliflower – all ready for her four-month-old daughter to begin tasting her first foods!
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Not only can Vogue use the gadget to steam foods and blend purees for Gigi, but she can also heat and sterilise baby bottles and make soups and smoothies for the whole family.
And the best part? It's currently reduced from £144.99 to £138.28 on Amazon.
The Irish model, 35, and the former Made In Chelsea star, 32, welcomed their daughter in July and have been sharing sweet updates on her development ever since.
The Heart Radio star used her handy weaning gadget with son Theodore
Introducing their little girl to the world in an exclusive interview with HELLO!, Vogue revealed that her eldest child Theodore was initially jealous of his younger sister.
"He loves his sister though, and he says 'Baba!' He loves holding her. Though he had a couple of quite jealous days at first, and when I'm feeding her he sometimes gives me a little pinch," she said.
Luckily, several photos and videos since then have shown the siblings cuddling and donning matching outfits, so it's clear that didn't last very long.
Babymoov Nutribaby Plus blender, £138.28, Amazon
Little Gigi has hit several key milestones recently, with her mum revealing in November she has started teething.
The Heart radio host told her Instagram followers all about it, but it seemed that Gigi wasn't too fussed about her teeth! In the photo, Gigi had her mouth open wide, with Vogue writing: "Happiest little girl."
And just last week, Gigi also started laughing – how cute! Dressed in a white babygrow and lying on a bed, Gigi was so sweet as she giggled while dad Spencer tickled her.
Vogue wrote: "I didn't quite catch her face but Gigi has started laughing." In the following clip, the mum-of-two added: "Is there a better sound in the whole world?"
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