It’s every parents dream to hear their children say their first words, and now Millie Mackintosh can join that club after daughter Sienna said her first word.
The first-time mum, who secretly battled coronavirus, took to Instagram to post the special moment as she encouraged her little girl to say her first words.
The 31 year old can be heard saying: “Say hello, can you say ‘hello mama'” as Sienna crawls around the bathroom.
The adorable tot is wearing a white babygrow with a pink logo, as well as a cute pink bow in her hair.
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After her mum’s efforts to get her to speak, Sienna eventually says the word “mama”.
Clearly excited by Sienna’s development, Millie captioned the video: “Sienna said her first word this morning! I’m so, so proud of her.”
Proud dad Hugo Taylor was one of the first to comment on the video as he said: “Little angel,” with an angel emoji.
Millie’s fans also rushed to comment on the sweet clip and gush over Sienna.
One follower wrote: “Awwwww! Congratulations beautiful! You must be so proud,” [sic] alongside red heart emojis.
“You are so lucky Millie it is usually Dada babies say 1st….keep up the Mama training….Sienna adorable,” another Instagram user expressed. [sic]
A third added: “Oh that’s so cute,” while a fourth said: “Omg, cuteness overload, such a precious and priceless moment. Beautiful baby girl. well done Sienna.”
Millie spoke to OK! Online earlier this month in February about Sienna’s other milestones and shared her excitement.
“She started crawling between Christmas and New Year. It’s such a proud-mum moment, seeing her independently move,” the former Made in Chelsea star divulged.
“I feel like we’re really seeing her personality coming out more, too. She’s now started to pull herself up, so the next thing is going to be standing I think.”
The television personality, who struggled with baby blues, continued: “She’s started doing a little wiggle when she likes a song, so we’ve been playing her lots of music and she loves to bash things.
“We’re trying to keep her entertained with lots of sensory activities. Her favourite things at the moment tend to be pots and pans.”