Jennie McAlpine has shared an adorable photo as she brought her newborn daughter to the Coronation Street set for the first time.
The soap actress, who plays Fiz Stape, posted the snap to Instagram on Wednesday showing herself pushing her baby girl Hilda in her pram on the cobbles.
The picture sees Jennie, 34, sporting a rain coat while her little girl is bundled up inside her pushchair.
First visit to the cobbles.
Jennie captioned the post: "First visit to the cobbles," followed by a heart emoji.
Fans rushed to comment on the sweet post with one person saying: "Fab pic! Hope you had a lovely day."
Another wrote: "How lovely for you both!" while a third added: "Love this!" followed by a heart-eyes emoji.
Jennie and her husband Chris Farr, who tied the knot in 2005, welcomed their little girl on October 29.
Jennie shared the happy news on Twitter.
The actress - who also has three-year-old son Albert - wrote: "Our newest addition arrived yesterday.
"Mummy and Daddy very happy. Big brother very proud of his little sister Hilda. We’re all in love (sic)."
A couple of days later, Jennie revealed her son Albert loves being a big brother to newborn sister Hilda as she shared a picture of a card he had written for his family.
It features three flowers made using cut-up orange and green tissue paper and the words: "To mummy, daddy and Hilda."
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Jennie shared the snap with the caption: "Big brother getting prouder of his little sister every day."
Jennie and Chris had announced their second pregnancy via Twitter in April.
Corrie fans have suggested Jennie chose the baby name Hilda in honour of legendary Corrie character Hilda Ogden, but she's yet to confirm that.
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