DANI Dyer has shared an adorable new snap of her 'little angel' Santiago, three weeks after giving birth.
The Love Island winner looked flawless as she carried her baby son on her shoulder for the picture.
Dani, 24, wore large black glasses and nude lipstick, while Santiago was dressed in a cute white all-in-one with angel wings on the back.
Showing how keen she was to show her son's cuteness to the world, the proud parent shared the heart-warming image to her Instagram stories.
The new mum captioned the snap: "Mummy's little angel @babiesinessex baby romper."
Dani had her hair slicked back for the shot and was dressed down in a hooded top.
The actress gave birth to her first child last month with boyfriend Sammy Kimmence.
And so far she's been sharing the ups and downs of mum life with her fans.
She recently opened up about the realities of motherhood explaining that she's having severe postpartum sweating.
Speaking on Sorted with the Dyers – her podcast with dad Danny – she said: "Dad, I’m telling you now the hot sweats I get in the night time – Oh my God, the smell under my armpits. I’ve never experienced anything like it.
"Apparently it’s so normal, you just sweat. I wake up and there is a puddle. It’s really bad.
“What upsets me, is Santi obviously with the breastfeeding he is under my armpit and I think my poor son.
"It is common, I think it's because of the hormones."
EastEnders star Danny Dyer added: "So he thinks your natural smell is of someone that doesn't wash.
"You've got to be careful because when you put a bit of perfume on, he won't want to go near you. He'll go who's this f***ing stranger."
Dani also revealed that she is really 'enjoying' being a new mum after she spent the first few days feeling overwhelmed.
She added: "I’m getting there now, don’t get me wrong. There are days when I haven’t figured it out, I haven’t showered all day.
“There was a stage, I remember sitting there all day thinking ‘am I doing it wrong?’
“In the end I need to take a step back and enjoy him, every baby is different."
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