Mark Wright cooed over his nephew on Sunday, sharing an adorable video cuddling the newborn and kissing him on the head.
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The former TOWIE star looked besotted with his new family member, and he wrote: "The love is like no other. It's unexplainable," alongside the cute video clip.
WATCH: Mark Wright cradles perfect newborn in sweet family video
It's not the first time that Mark has delighted fans while snuggling up to his tiny nephew as back in April the star shared a few snaps with the baby.
As he snoozed, Joshua had his arm propped up, looking very relaxed indeed. Mark could be heard saying: "I've come to see the little man tonight… Uncle Mark's the one, I'll show you the ropes son. You won't go far wrong with me."
The star is every inch the doting uncle
Mark has double reason to celebrate as his sister Jessica Wright has also just welcomed a new baby into the family.
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Jess exclusively spoke to HELLO! about her gorgeous new arrival: "William and I are overwhelmed with joy at the birth of our baby boy. We are totally in love and can't believe he is here. We love him so much."
The star also shared a photograph of the new parents holding their baby's tiny hand. "We will hold your hand forever. 17~05~22," she captioned the sweet photo.
The couple hope to start a family
Jess' sister-in-law Michelle Keegan left a comment under the adorable picture: "So special [love heart emojis]."
While the former TOWIE star and Brassic actress don't have any children of their own, it has been revealed that the dream home they are building in Essex will contain a playroom.
When asked about starting a family by The Sun Online, Mark revealed: "We say we're going to try [for a baby] every year but something comes up with work. So it'll be Michelle filming in South Africa and then I got the job in Los Angeles – so we think, right, we'll try next year."
He continued: "With kids, I used to want three or four. But now, I'm 31, we're not having kids any time before 32. I think we could have two or three. Twins would be great because you're getting two out of the way at once!
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