Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik gave fans a real treat on Halloween when they showed off their super cool parenting style by dressing up on social media to pose with their new baby daughter.
The couple, who became parents for the first time last month, took to their Instagram stories to show off their spooky costumes, but in doing so they gave fans a glimpse of their newborn baby girl.
Gigi - who melted our hearts with a super sweet post on sister Bella's birthday (opens in new tab) - wore a blue superhero body suit, while Zayn dressed up as Harry Potter's Draco Malfoy and the little one had her own cute little outfit too.
A photo posted by @one.direction_bigfan on Nov 2, 2020 at 1:20am PST
Dressed in green with a matching hat, with what appeared to be hair coming out the top like The Hulk, the newborn baby joined her parents for some trick or treat fun.
And fans cannot get over how adorable the baby looks. One fan wrote: "She will be pretty like her mom and will have talent like her dad don't you think?" and added: "And look how Happy they are."
A second fan wrote: "Yay we had another sneak peek of the babyyyyyyyyy... wonder wats the baby's name?.." (sic)
Meanwhile Gigi, who is yet to reveal the baby's name, wrote: "My first Halloween" as she uploaded the picture, while covering her baby's face with an emoji of The Hulk to hide her identity.
A photo posted by @gigihadid on Sep 23, 2020 at 8:37pm PDT
Gigi announced the arrival of her baby girl during the Coronavirus pandemic in an Instagram post. She captioned it: "Our girl joined us earth-side this weekend and she’s already changed our world. So in love."
The snap, which shows her hands, doesn't reveal her identity.
But fans are in awe at the arrival, with some even offering to baby sit. One excited fan wrote: "IF YOU NEED BABY SITTER, LET US KNOW OKAYYYYY!!!!"
Judging by her parent's genes, this baby girl is going to be one super cutie when she grows up...
Selina is a Senior Entertainment Writer with more than 14 years of experience in newspapers and magazines. She currently looks after all things Entertainment for GoodtoKnow, Woman&Home and My Imperfect Life.
Before joining Future Publishing, Selina graduated from the University of Sheffield in 2006 with a degree in Journalism. She is fully NCTJ and NCE qualified and has 100wpm shorthand. Having spent the start of her career working on local newspapers and online, Selina spent six years as Acting News Editor and Entertainment Reporter at the Scunthorpe Telegraph where she dug into hard news stories, conducted interviews, covered court reporting, features, and entertainment, whilst going to gigs in her spare time.
Whilst at the paper she was awarded an O2 Media Judges' Special Award for helping a terminally ill cancer sufferer realise his dying wish and marry his childhood sweetheart through a successful newspaper campaign. Things like this are close to her heart when it comes to using journalism to make a positive difference in people's lives.
Selina later branched further into all things celebrity to became a Showbiz Writer at Heat magazine, covering red carpet events, showbiz parties, and various launches before going freelance for two years. One of her biggest celebrity achievements - aside from generating celebrity exclusives - was interviewing Take That (including Robbie Williams) and bumping into Simon Cowell so much at events she told him 'I'm calling you my showbiz dad!'
In 2017 she joined TI Media as a senior reporter on Woman, Woman's Own, Woman&Home, Woman's Weekly celebrity desk before branching online in 2020 when Future gave her the opportunity to focus on digital-first.
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