Rachel Riley was spotted in London last week as she enjoyed a walk in the sunshine with her baby daughter Maven.
The Countdown star, who welcomed her first child into the world with husband Pasha Kovalev in December, soaked up the sunshine as she made her way out with her four-month-old tot.
Looking effortlessly chic, the presenter sported a stunning floral dress accompanied with slip-on sandals, a patterned back pack and trendy sunglasses while carrying little Maven.
Rachel Riley and Pasha Kovalev introduce baby daughter Maven Aria to her Countdown co-stars
Rachel Riley and Pasha Kovalev smile with daughter Maven as they enjoy family day out
Matching her mother, the adorable child wore a sweet floral hat while in a carrier as Rachel chatted on the phone.
Rachel and her former Strictly Come Dancing professional husband welcomed their first child together on December 15, two weeks after due date.
The couple revealed that Rachel had given birth in her bathroom after having no time to rush to the hospital.
Rachel Riley and Pasha Kovalev
Rachel wrote: “2 weeks after we were expecting her this little one finally made an appearance!
“Miss Maven (one who understands) Aria (lioness) Riley Kovaleva arrived on Sunday morning weighing in at 7lbs 4.
“After keeping us waiting she came so quickly we didn’t have a chance to get to the hospital and was born in our bathroom with our amazing doula and wonderful St Mary’s midwives rushing over to be with us in to be nick of time!
Rachel Riley returns to Countdown for first time since birth bringing along daughter Maven and Pasha
Rachel Riley beams as she cradles adorable newborn baby Maven with husband Pasha Kovalev
“She’s absolutely perfect and Pasha and I are in newborn bliss. Couldn’t be more in love.”
In another close-up shot of the newborn, Rachel revealed they were calling their daughter “Mave” for short.
Rachel and Pasha announced they were expecting their first child together last May and one month later secretly tied the knot in a ceremony in Las Vegas.
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