Rebekah Vardy spotted for the first time since giving birth to daughter Olivia as she cradles newborn

REBEKAH Vardy cradled her newborn daughter Olivia as she was spotted for the first time since giving birth last month.

The 37-year-old star beamed with happiness on a trip to the hair salon with her baby, who was strapped securely to her chest.

In one photo, Rebekah wore a grey coat and carried a bag on one arm, while in another she waved to fans in the street.

After getting her glam makeover, Rebekah loaded Olivia into her baby seat and the little girl could be seen fast asleep.

The mum-of-five shared videos on her story of the little tot resting yesterday in a rocking bassinet, saying she wished she'd had the sleeping gadget when her other child Finley had been born.

Olivia Grace is the third child Rebekah shares with husband Jamie Vardy.



The couple also have Sofia, 4 and Finley, 2, and Rebekah has two kids from previous relationships, Megan, 13 and Taylor, 9.

Jamie has a daughter Ella, 10, from his time with Emma Daggett.

She captioned the photos: "She loves her Snoo… I wish this had been around when I had Finley would have saved hours of night-time rocking and Ssssshhh’ing"



Leicester striker Jamie, 33, missed three games to be there for his wife and kids as her fifth child was born on December 25.

Mum Rebekah revealed he was "brilliant" while being "supportive and encouraging" during the birth.

And in Rebekah and Jamie's interview with Hello! magazine, Rebekah revealed he even lightened the mood and joked about with the epidural needle as she gave birth to their daughter.

Meanwhile, she hinted at her feud with Coleen Rooney last year, after the fellow WAG accused her of selling stories to the press.

She said: "He even tried to crack a joke about the epidural needle to take my mind off it and the painful contractions.

"I couldn't wait to see the back of 2019.

"But with a new baby and a new year ahead of us, it's like a fresh start.

"I'd been very ill with anxiety and stress and was panicking that she might be born on Christmas Day, while Jamie was training and I was on my own with the kids.

 

"The last thing I wanted was to miss Christmas Day with our children."

Following the birth of Olivia, Jamie shared the good news on Twitter by saying: "Over the moon to let you know our beautiful little girl has arrived.

"Becky and baby are both doing well and we are all totally in love with the newest member of our team."

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