Harry Judd shares adorable first pic of baby son Kit

Our hearts just burst

Harry Judd, famous as a member of the boyband McFly, has taken to Instagram to show the fans the first glimpse of his newborn son Kit.

Kit was born during the early hours of Saturday morning and Harry announced the baby’s arrival on Twitter. He said: “We have a son! Kit Harry Francis Judd arrived this morning at 6:37.

“Both he & his Mummy are doing very well! @mrs_izzyjudd is my hero.”

The couple already have a one-year-old daughter Lola and Harry chose to show Kit to the world for the first time on Instagram in an adorable snap with Lola.

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Lola can be seen planting a kiss on her baby brother’s cheek and it’s so cute we just don’t know what to do with ourselves!

Harry captioned the sweet image: “Lola this is your little brother Kit. X” And of course fans went into meltdown.

The photo received over 51,000 likes within an hour! One fan commented: “Congratulations guys. He’s gorgeous!” Another said: “I feel like he already looks like harry! congratulations!”

Harry seems to be the master at posting adorable photos of his kids, as it was only the other day that a pic of him and Lola made fans melt.

The picture showed Lola helping Harry water the plants in the garden, and he captioned the image: “Daddy’s little helper”. Aw!

The couple admitted to conceiving Lola through IVF treatment but that as if by a miracle, Kit was conceived naturally.

Talking to OK! magazine when the couple welcomed little Lola, Harry said: “Being a dad just feels right. It feels quite natural. It is the best thing ever.”

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He added: “Everything we went through was worth it because it has brought us to this moment. IVF is just mind-blowing and such an amazing thing to give us this family.

“You are just floating in a cloud of love. Our wedding day was the best day of my life and this was a similar feeling, but times 10.”

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