Ella Baig and Nicola Adams have welcomed their first child – a baby boy!
They shared the news on Instagram on Monday morning alongside a primary picture of the child’s feet, with their hands placed around them – they’re yet to disclose a reputation.
Ella, 24, and Nicola, 39, who previously revealed that it took 4 rounds of IVF to get pregnant, wrote about their love for his or her son.
Ella Baig has given birth! The model, 24 and her boxer girlfriend Nicola Adams, 39, welcomed a baby boy together and shared the primary picture on Instagram on Monday
A special moment: The couple also shared this picture of themselves while within the delivery room together
Announcement: Ella shared this sweet caption alongside the post as they let their followers know their comfortable news
And on Monday, model Ella penned: ‘We’re so excited to announce to the world that @babyadamsadventures has arrived.
‘The primary moment we laid eyes on you we felt an easy love and the strongest bond. We went to the moon and back to get you and we will’t wait to spend the remaining of our lives watching you grow ❤️#babyboy #twomoms #twomums.’
The newborn already has its own Instagram account and in addition to the primary picture, the couple also shared an image of them within the delivery room.
Ella had a C-section, while Nicola stood lovingly by her side.
A glance back: Ella previously showed off her blossoming baby bump in a decent white dress as she posed in a loved-up snap along with her girlfriend Nicola back in May
In May, Ella hit back at trolls after she shared sweet pictures of her baby bump last month.
The model took to Instagram to post snaps of herself in a gray dress cradling her blossoming bump as she criticised online trolls for his or her hateful comments about her pregnancy.
In a lengthy caption, Ella said she and her former boxer girlfriend often see comments about how their baby isn’t theirs because its ‘biologically unattainable’.
Ella hit back on the ‘cruel’ trolls, asking why people couldn’t just be comfortable knowing that their baby will probably be loved, somewhat than questioning them for using IVF and a sperm donor.
The couple, who’ve been together for 4 years, conceived after their fourth round of IVF, having began their fertility treatment in 2019.
In her Instagram post, Ella said she was aware that her and Nicola couldn’t have had a toddler without medical intervention, but said people’s harsh comments were the explanation there was a stigma surrounding IVF.
She wrote: ‘See plenty of comments about how this is not ‘our’ child because that is ‘biologically’ unattainable and we’re not the parents… everyone knows that we couldn’t have done this without medical intervention, trust me I do know.
‘But it surely makes me think this is the reason there’s such a problem surrounding IVF and fertility because persons are so cruel. Simply because a toddler is not biologically yours and wasn’t created ‘naturally’ that doesn’t suggest it isn’t your child!
‘Why cannot people just be comfortable knowing the kid will probably be loved and was wanted.’
Exciting: The couple, who’ve been together for 4 years, conceived after their fourth round of IVF, having began their fertility treatment in 2019
Ella also hit out at people for giving her and Ella a ‘hard time’ when there are fathers that do not ‘stick around to do the work’ as parents, comparing absent fathers to sperm donors.
‘Too many children come into this world with so called parents which might be nothing greater than donors… not parents. But we’re given a tough time?!’ she said.
‘That is a donor same as all the lads out here making babies and never sticking around to do the work! You guys actually need to learn the difference.’
Ella spoke about needing a C-section as an alternative of a natural birth when she appeared on Loose Woman with Strictly star Nicola in April.
On the chat show, Ella – who says she ‘all the time desired to carry their child’ – said she hoped to ‘bounce back’ quite quickly following the birth.
She told the ITV panel: ‘It has been a number of years. We went through 3 IVF cycles. We had one failed, one miscarriage and one baby.
‘I’m within the second trimester now, so past the hard bit. Unfortunately I had very very bad morning sickness.’
She added: ‘It was brutal. It was funny smells and sick. I used to be really fearful. I kept asking “are you sure you wanna try again” and fearful it was too soon, but luckily it’s all tremendous.’
Nicola admitted she ‘didn’t realise how IVF was seen outside of sport’ after believing people did it purely ‘in order that they can give attention to their job’.
The ex-boxer froze her eggs during her profession as an elite sportswomen, using one to impregnate Ella with the assistance of a sperm donor.
Opening up: It comes after Ella previously confirmed she’s going to have a Caesarean-section as an alternative of a natural birth after a difficult journey to conceive
She explained: ‘Yeah. I used to be really useful to [freeze my eggs]. I didn’t realise how much or how IVF is seen outside of the sports perspective.
‘I support every woman in every business and profession. I just thought that lots of people just did that in order that they can consider their work.’
The smitten couple recently did a gender reveal which involved displaying a blue and pink paint splattered canvas before they pealed back letters to uncover the words, ‘It is a boy!’.
Explaining the thought behind the reveal, Ella said: ‘We were kind of hesitant about doing one since it’s controversial within the LGBTQ+ community.
‘We tried to do it to lift awareness of gender sterotypes so began with pink and blue and destroyed all that once we revealed it was a boy.’
The parents to be also described the means of picking a sperm donor ‘like shopping’.
Ella said: ‘You get to see a baby photo and plenty of details about them. It’s literally like shopping.’
When asked by the Loose Women in the event that they hope to have more children, the model said: ‘We’re planning but keeping it out of mind for now.’
Nicola also revealed how she has taken up acting despite hoping their little boy will wish to box.
She said: ‘Yeah definitely, there will be lots of pressure. I’m working on my acting profession now though. It was one among my passions alongside boxing.
‘Now I’ve got the chance to try this now. I’m doing classes, self-tapes. It’s going rather well.’
Parents: In a lengthy caption, Ella said she and her former boxer girlfriend often see comments about how their baby isn’t theirs because its ‘biologically unattainable’ (pictured in April)