Lottie Ryan shares snap of her new baby for the first time 3 months ago

Lottie Ryan shares snap of her new baby for the first time

He's just the sweetest.

Presenter Lottie Ryan has shared a snap of her new baby boy Wolf for the first time ever, and he's just beautiful.

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Taking to her Instagram story, Lottie showed off baby Wolf as she cradled him on her shoulder, and he slept away peacefully.

Simply drawing a heart, Lottie was all smiles cuddling her little bundle of joy.

Also giving an update, Lottie revealed to RSVP that she had gone through a difficult pregnancy.

She said: "It was a bit of a shock to me because I didn’t realise my complications before I got pregnant. It was a little bit scary because Fabio wasn’t allowed in with me to a lot of these appointments and that wasn’t easy on either of us.

"We found ourselves for a couple of weeks, I’d say almost every two or three days, going in and out of the emergency room."

The radio DJ and Dancing With the Stars winner welcomed a baby boy with husband Fabio Aprile earlier this month at 33 weeks.

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Sharing a black and white photo of her hand next to her baby boy's, the RTÉ presenter thanked staff at Dublin's Rotunda hospital and revealed the name of her first born.

"Wolf Aprile," she wrote. "The newest member of our little family! Our hearts are so full of joy.

"Forever grateful to the incredible staff at The Rotunda, particularly NICU — they’re are no words to describe how much we appreciate how well you looked after Wolf.

She added: "Let the adventure begin."

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Ryan's agents, NK Management, announced the happy news earlier this month, saying that the couple are enjoying their time as a family.

"NK Management is pleased to announce that Lottie Ryan has given birth to a baby boy prematurely at 33 weeks," they said in a statement.

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"Lottie and Fabio will now be spending time as a family and we ask that their privacy be respected at this time."