Kate Lawler proudly showed off her daughter on Instagram after recently suffering a health scare with her bundle of joy, who was born premature.
The former Big Brother winner, 40, took to her social media page over the weekend to share unseen photos of Noa looking incredibly cute.
The doting mother shared a photo of Noa in an adorable bunny onesie, as well as others of her five-week-old baby ready for bathtime.
Kate wrote: “Two of Noa’s favourite things. Black and white sensory toys and bath time #5weeksold.”
Her snaps come after she revealed to fans she was in the ‘darkest place of her life’ following Noa’s health scare.
Her daughter was recently rushed to hospital as she battled an infection in her finger, that doctors feared could develop into meningitis.
Kate revealed she found it hard getting out of bed in-between visits to the hospital with her little one.
Thankfully, little Noa has been fighting back and she is on the mend.
At the time, Kate shared a very honest post on her Instagram to let other parents know it’s ‘OK to feel s**t’.
Just days before, she received criticism from fans for posting a picture of her two dogs Baxter and Shirley instead of Noa or her own mum on Mother’s Day.
The TV star explained to her followers after the backlash: “If you must know, being a mum to a newborn is not the best thing ever right now. It’s broken me. I feel as though I’ve been treading water since February 11th and the last two days I’ve felt like I’m at breaking point.
“I’m not coping well mentally and wish I could be stronger for my daughter. I’m not enjoying what I’m going through, yes I’m struggling and you’re right, I am sad behind the eyes because I’ve always taken on new challenges like a duck to water but this one is testing me & I feel like I’m failing.”
Kate later revealed she had received loads of messages from other mums and dads who sent their support, and the new mother-of-one was blown away.
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