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Molly McFadden shared some beautiful father-daughter moments with dad Brian McFadden, 40, after she met her newborn baby sister Ruby for the first time.
The adorable scenes were shared by the Westlife star on his Instagram page, as he gushed over his children.
In a snap with his 19 year old daughter, whom he shares with Atomic Kitten legend Kerry Katona, Brian gushed as the blonde beauty posed by his side.
Grinning at the camera, Brian captioned: “Summer time and the weather is fine @123_mollymc.”
With the sun beating down on top of them, the singer donned a pair of aviator sunglasses to shield his face.
The newborn dad had swept his locks back with a headband and was wore a casual breezy blue top for the outing.
Molly opted for a natural look and dark long-sleeve top alongside her dad.
Brian recently shared the first image of Molly holding Ruby, as she gazed adoringly down at her little sibling.
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Ruby was bundled into a stripy teal and white baby grow for the important family meeting.
“2 of my 3 girls,” he captioned. “Ruby has finally met both of her sisters @123_mollymc.”
Ever since Brian’s PE teacher fiancee Danielle Parkinson gave birth to their gorgeous tot, the doting parents have been loved-up with their new arrival.
Ruby has enjoyed meeting all sorts of family members and friends as the couple shared their joy on various trips and walks in the fresh summer air.
The news was particularly poignant after the couple suffered two tragic miscarriages during their journey to conceive last year.
Speaking to OK!, Danielle shared her heartbreak and the difficulties they’d faced after deciding to try for a baby together two years ago.
"It does [feel like a miracle] but I feel awful saying that, as I’ve had so many messages on Instagram,” Danielle explained.
"The IVF community is so lovely and I’ve heard real traumatic stories from people who have been trying for 10 years, people who have had eight-plus miscarriages, so I feel we got lucky on our third attempt,” the new mum added.
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