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Heart is bursting Former Miss Ireland Aoife Walsh shares new picture of her beautiful baby girl

'Thank you so much for all your comments and messages'

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Aoife and her new bundle of joy

Aoife and her new bundle of joy

Aoife and her new bundle of joy

Former Miss Ireland Aoife Walsh has posted a new picture of her beautiful baby girl as she thanked her Instagram followers for all their comments and messages. 

In the pic posted on her social media page Aoife is seen in her hospital bed holding her first-born.

She has captioned the picture: “Thank you so much for all your comments and messages..my heart is bursting over my baby girl..”

It follows an earlier post showing her daughter snuggling up to her, as Aoife announced her arrival.

“She’s here,” she wrote on Instagram, alongside a series of pink love heart emojis.

Aoife shared the news that she was expecting her first child with her fiancé Gary back in March with a photograph of herself holding a baby scan.

“A special little secret I’ve been minding these past few months…. surprise!!’ she declared.

The Tipperary native has yet to reveal the new-born’s name or indeed any details of her birth, but friends of the model and former teacher have congratulated her on the new arrival.

“Awwww what a beautiful picture… Congratulations Aoife, she is just perfect,” said Maeve Madden.

“Huge congrats Aoife!!! She’s a wee dote,” added fashion influencer Ciara O’Doherty.

“Congrats gorgeous enjoy every minute,” wrote Joanne Larby who is also expecting her own bundle of joy.

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Aoife was hospitalised when she was seven months pregnant and said she and bubs were getting some “extra care”.

Aoife and Gary had to postpone getting married in 2020 because of the pandemic.

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