Dani Dyer has taken to social media to unveil a new snap of her son, Baby Santiago after she opened up about her breastfeeding worries.
The Love Island alumni shared the adorable snap of the tot to her 3.4 million Instagram followers on Tuesday, just two weeks after her arrived into the world.
In the heartwarming picture, Dani's first child can be seen lying on a white mat while wearing a tiny white vest top.
Dani's close up photograph of her son was neatly decorated with a "baby" filter that is available to use on the social media photo-sharing site.
Recently, the 24-year-old opened up about her life as she adapts to becoming a first-time mum as she spoke candidly about breast-feeding.
During a recent Instagram question and answer with fans, one follower asked: "How is feeding going? Are you breast or bottle?"
Choosing to answer the question, Dani penned: "I've been doing a mix of both but it took a while for my milk to really come through.
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"I always wanted to just exclusively breastfeed but it didn't end up that way. I breastfeed as much as I can but do use Aptamil milk when I feel like he isn't settled."
She went on to add: "If my milk decides to come through more then I definitely will just breastfeed but I think you have to take it step by step. Fed is best."
The reality star also revealed that despite becoming emotional after giving birth, her boyfriend Sammy Kimmence has done nothing but make her laugh which she said is "so, so important".
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Dani's revelation comes after she revealed she had struggled to adjust to her new way of life.
Speaking on the podcast she shares with her dad, Sorted With The Dyers, Danny Dyer's daughter said: "It's been hard, the baby blues are real. It is incredible; your body goes through so much.
"You just want to cry, I'd look at him and cry, I think because you're constantly thinking 'am I doing enough?'"
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In a heartbreaking confession, she admitted she felt guilty after she was forced to have an emergency Caesarean-section after baby Santi "didn't want to come out".
She recalled: "I had to have a caesarean in the end and I was crying about that.
"I never wanted to have a c-section, I know they are very common, and I know they happen, but I never wanted one – that was never in my birth plan, so I started feeling like a failure."
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