Behati Prinsloo has shared the first image of her new baby daughter.
The 28-year-old model and her husband Adam Levine welcomed their second daughter - whom they have named Gio Grace - into the world last week, and on Wednesday (21.02.18), the beauty shared the first snap of the tot on Instagram.
Posting a picture of her second daughter's feet, Behati - who already has 15-month-old daughter Dusty Rose with the Maroon 5 frontman - wrote: ''Gio Grace Levine 2/15/18 . She's got her dads toes (sic)''
Meanwhile Behat and her 38-year-old spouse Adam - who married in 2014 - announced they were expecting a second child in September, and the 'Sugar' hitmaker revealed during an appearance on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' in November that their tot would be another girl.
Speaking to Ellen - who helped pick out the moniker for their first daughter - Adam said: ''We're having another girl. Like it or not, I told her you're [Ellen] going to be involved with this next one, too.''
To which the 60-year-old comedienne replied: ''We're already working on it. To say I named one of your children isn't a big story - but to name both is a big story!''
And the couple look unlikely to stop at just two children, as Adam previously revealed the happy couple both want a large brood.
He said: ''I want a lot. I thrive in chaos. I really genuinely enjoy it. She [Behati] was an only child ... She wants, like, 100 babies, but I don't know if I could do that.''
The pair announced they were expecting their second child in September when the brunette beauty uploaded a photograph of her swollen belly and wrote: ''ROUND 2..... (sic).''
Daughters in the current climate are stronger than ever following last year's You Won't Get What You Want.
Je t'aime Taylor Swift's latest video for her new single 'Me!' featuring Brendon Urie of Panic! At The Disco.
Rachel, Becky and Niopha; The Unthanks, 'Unaccompanied, As We Are'; returned to Kent in their latest incarnation to sing songs old and new in their...
An interview with Glasgow's up and coming popstars HYYTS.
The albums we loved most this month.