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Beautiful pic Brian McFadden shares lovely snap of eldest daughter Molly meeting baby sister for first time

Two of my three girls. Ruby has finally met both of her sisters @123_mollymc”

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Photo: Instagram

Photo: Instagram

Photo: Instagram

Brian McFadden has shared a lovely snap of his eldest daughter Molly meeting her baby sister Ruby Jean for the first time.

The former Westlife star took to his Instagram account to post the photo of 19-year-old Molly-Marie, his daughter with Kerry Katona, holding her newborn sibling with the caption: “Two of my three girls. Ruby has finally met both of her sisters @123_mollymc.”

Brian and Kerry are also parents to Lily-Sue (18), who lives in the UK with her popstar mum. She had the opportunity to meet baby Ruby last month after she was born.

Brian and his fiancée Danielle Parkinson welcomed Ruby, their first child together, on May 8th at 1:44am via emergency C-Section.

Danielle gave birth to their daughter after suffering two miscarriages, before the couple decided to try IVF treatment, which proved successful.

And the blissed-out couple have gushed that it’s “the best feeling in the world” to finally hold their little girl after years of trying to start their own family.

Speaking to OK! Magazine, the new parents shared that their daughter’s name means a lot to them both.

Danielle said: “We went round the houses with a name. We had a long list and then the day before I went into labour we were looking through a baby book and I just said ‘Ruby’, and we both went, ‘Yes!’

“We both really liked it and thought it would transcend from a baby to an elderly lady,” she added.

“Jean has quite a lot of meaning to us, as both my grandparents were Jean and a few of Brian’s family.”

Brian said: “My grandad was Jean and my uncle, who died 10 years ago, so we have four family members who have all passed who were called Jean.”

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