Inside Danielle Lloyds stunning homemade Christmas display after welcoming baby girl

Danielle Lloyd has given a glimpse inside her stunning Christmas decorations complete with gorgeous candy canes and cute elves.

The 37 year old, who recently shared the special meaning behind the name of her newborn daughter Autumn Rose, posted her vibrant red and green Christmas tree to her 553,000 Instagram followers as she celebrated the first day of advent.

Mum-of-five Danielle, who has Archie, 11, Harry, 10, and George, eight, from her previous marriage and shares four year old Ronnie with husband Michael O'Neill, captioned the snap: "Happy 1st December."

Responding to a follower, Danielle revealed that she did not enlist a team to help her but sourced all of the decorations and materials herself after Michael showed her a picture for inspiration.

The fan replied: "I love it! I don't know how you managed it with a newborn! Well done."

Danielle has opted for a fun theme of elves and giant candy canes to decorate her tree with along with fun signs which read: "Santa stop here".

Elsewhere the doting mum has added a special letterbox to her living room for her children to post their Christmas lists to The North Pole.

Meanwhile fans were mesmerised by the gorgeous Christmas tree as Danielle got into the spirit of the festive season while juggling life with a newborn.

Katie Price penned: "That’s sick."

Another added: "It reminds me of the Grinch I love it."

When quizzed on what inspired the name choice of her adorable daughter, Danielle revealed in her exclusive photoshoot and interview with new!: "I had a few names like Autumn and Meadow and I thought they were really cute.

"We didn’t decide straight away and I watched her change day by day. Michael really liked Rosie and I really liked Autumn. I liked both, but then people kept on sending me pictures of dogs called Rosie and I was like, 'Oh no, is this a sign?'"

She continued: "I just thought, the season is Autumn, she’s dark and tanned, she’s just so gorgeous she looks like an Autumn. And then we’ve got Rose in there also after Michael’s nan."

Danielle went on to explain that there was a lot of input from those around her, but she eventually resolved to make sure that the final decision was her's and Michael's alone.

She said: "I know it’s different from the boys and not a traditional name, but it just suited her. There were so many people trying to get their two pence in, but I was like, 'We have to actually just decide ourselves, Michael. Otherwise we’re going to keep going around in circles."

In regards to how she's feeling postpartum, Danielle said: "I feel on top of the world – Autumn’s so amazing."

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