Stacey Solomon gushes over newborn daughter Rose in adorable new photos

Stacey Solomon gushed over her adorable newborn daughter in a series of new snaps shared to her Instagram on Sunday 7 November.

The Loose Women panellist looked every inch the doting mother as she gazed lovingly at the sleeping youngster, who she gave birth to on her 32nd birthday on Monday 4 October.

"Good Morning. Sunday mornings watching you dream," Stacey began. "I wonder what you're thinking of. Most likely how long until my boobs fill back up again."

Stacey sweetly continued: "I remember when I used to stare at my neighbour's roses over the fence every morning. Now I have my very own rose to stare at."

Stacey concluded: "We are so in love with you, baby Rose," alongside a rose emoji.

The post comes after Stacey documented the precious moment husband to be Joe Swash fed little Rose for the first time.

"Daddy and Rexy got to have their first go at feeding baby Rose," Stacey captioned the video uploaded to Instagram Stories.

In a following clip, the couple's son Rex is seen excitedly joining in on the action, feeding his baby sister while his pleased parents watched on.

Earlier, Stacey had detailed her breastfeeding triumph as she posted a photo of milk collected from her breast pump.

"This morning (Rose) finished her feed and went into a lovely deep sleep," the mother-of-four captioned the image.

"Then my boob started leaking so for the first time I got my old pump out (same one I used for Rex) and I actually got milk out. 2 and a half ounces – it's made my day.

"I used to pump actual dust so this (even though it seems small) is a miracle. It's like gold dust to me."

Stacey has been open about her breastfeeding journey with fans since giving birth to baby Rose, saying last month that she felt guilty for enjoying the experience this time around.

"I'm enjoying feeding, and I'm so grateful, but I definitely have moments where I lose my confidence and worry if I'm doing it right," she confessed in a previous Instagram story.

"And it's exhausting. It's the fourth time I've tried to breastfeed so hopefully it brings anyone struggling some comfort that they're all different and every experience is different and you're never alone."

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