DANI Dyer shared a glowing snap with baby Santiago today – a month after giving birth.
The Love Island winner looked radiant as she cradled her little boy in an adorable photo taken in his nursery.
Santiago was wide awake in his mummy's arms as he wore a white baby grow and Dani, 24, sported a pyjama top decorated with gold bumble bees.
The reality queen captioned her pic: "Happy Monday."
Later on her Instagram Story, Dani revealed newborn Santiago wanted a day of cuddles and she couldn't put him down without him calling for her.
She told fans in the sweet video: "All this boy wants today is cuddles.
"I lay him down he wimpers, he moans, then he stares at me. He literally watched me eating soup today. Then as soon as I pick him up he falls asleep and he's snoring away."
Dani celebrated her baby Santiago's one-month birthday over the weekend, telling fans she felt "so lucky" to be his mum.
The gorgeous tot clutched a card that said 'Today I am 4 weeks old' which featured a mummy kangaroo and a little joey kangaroo tucked into its pouch.
The photos of fresh-faced Santiago left Dani's fans cooing on Instagram and many reached out to the new mum in the comments.
Fellow Love Island champ Amber Davies remarked: "Dani he’s just so gorgeous"
Love Island 2020 fan favourite Shaughna Phillips said: "Your twin!"
The new mum has continued to melt hearts with photos of Santiago, who she welcomed into the world with boyfriend Sammy Kimmence on January 23rd.
She recently revealed that she had been experiencing extreme "night sweats" after giving birth and admitted she doesn't shower "all day" as she panics about baby Santiago.
The telly beauty opened up about the realities of motherhood explaining that she's having severe postpartum symptoms.
Speaking on Sorted with the Dyers, she said: "“Dad, I’m telling you now the hot sweats I get in the night time – Oh my God, the smell under my armpits. I’ve never experienced anything like it.
“Apparently it’s so normal, you just sweat. I wake up and there is a puddle. It’s really bad. It is common, I think it's because of the hormones."
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