Lauryn Goodman has welcomed her child by her footballer ex-boyfriend Kyle Walker.
The 28-year-old said she ‘keeps crying’ with happiness over her new little bundle of joy.
She announced she had given birth but is yet to reveal the baby’s sex and name.
The social media personality also hinted that the birth had been a difficult one, and she would share details with her followers soon.
In a photo shared on Instagram, the new mum gazes adoringly at her newborn while sat on her bed.
The baby’s face is turned away from the camera.
Describing her child as a ‘miracle baby’, Lauryn said: ‘This has truly been the biggest blessing and I keep crying just thinking I can’t believe I’ve made you and you are here.
‘I find myself just staring in awe thinking I have made this little special human. You have defied all odds and you are the best thing to have ever happened to me. Words can’t describe the love I feel for you already.
‘My #endo baby – you have been so strong and I cannot wait to start this journey with you.’
Lauryn went on: ‘There is a bit of a story labour wise and after my labour that I do want to share with you all, as I feel it’s so important to be open and honest because my platform can help others.
‘But for now, I just wanted to share this moment with you all as you have been so amazing with your advice and messages! My little bed buddy – Welcome to this crazy [world].’
In February she opened up about the shock of discovering she was pregnant in November 2019 after being told by doctors she was unable to have children because of her endometriosis diagnosis.
After initially refusing to share who the father is, she eventually told Victoria Derbyshire: ‘I thought I would say whose baby it was so I could get it out of the way and raise awareness for endometriosis and having polycystic ovaries.
‘Maybe selfishly, I wanted to keep the baby to myself for a bit, have a bit of me-time, but then I wanted people to know why it was such a special pregnancy.’
Lauryn told the show that she will be ‘okay’ raising her baby as a single mum.
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