Rebecca Adlington and Harry Needs are enjoying another sweet milestone with their daughter Summer – her first holiday. The former Olympian and her husband have jetted away to Antigua for a sun-soaked getaway with their five-month-old baby girl, which they have shared with their fans on social media.
The family departed for their holiday on Saturday, with Rebecca saying she was "super excited" to be going away. Sharing a photo of herself with her adorable baby girl at the airport, Rebecca wrote: "Off on our first family holiday today. Super excited!! Here we come."
Rebecca Adlington and Harry Needs have taken their daughter Summer on holiday
Meanwhile Harry shared a photo of Summer sitting up in her cot during their flight to the Caribbean, showing the youngster smiling sweetly at her parents.
"All aboard captain," he captioned the image.
Rebecca and Harry's daughter was born in June
After they arrived at their destination Olympic swimmer Rebecca wasted no time in taking Summer to the beach, where she showed off her toned physique in a photo of herself cradling her daughter in the sea.
"This is pay back to all those who went on holiday in the summer and made me so jealous!," Rebecca wrote. "Took Summer in the sea for the first time, she loved it! @stjamesclub @hayesandjarvis #holiday #nofilter."
Rebecca took Summer for her first dip in the sea
Rebecca and Harry welcomed their baby girl on 8 June, and introduced her to the world with an exclusive interview and photoshoot with HELLO! magazine. While the couple are enjoying time with their first child, Rebecca recently revealed that their thoughts have already turned to baby number two.
"I think we'll try and get pregnant again next year," Rebecca told The Mirror. "Harry wants four kids, but I do not. I told him, 'You're not the one pushing them out!'"
The 26-year-old also spoke about how Summer has changed her perspective in life. "When you have a baby a lot of stuff seems irrelevant. It's like 'why am I worrying about this? I have this amazing daughter, it's not about me'."