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- Two weeks after the birth of her son, Emily Ratajkowski shared a tender moment with her lovely baby Sylvester
Two weeks after the birth of her son, Emily Ratajkowski shared a tender moment with her lovely baby Sylvester
“Handsome boy,” Emily Ratajkowski signed her Instagram photo on March 24, and no one could disagree. The picture shows a 29-year-old model breastfeeding her newborn boy from husband Sebastian Bear-McClard, Sylvester Apollo Bear… The photo could have been taken from one of Emily's editorial footage. With the sun behind her hair, the new mother hugged the baby to her chest, allowing him to drink. It was a serene picture of motherhood that melted the hearts of Emily's 27.2 million followers.
"* Explosion of the ovaries *" - added the model and socialite Poppy Delevingne. Lily Aldridge, Irina Shayk, Caroline Murphy and others left arrows of heart emoji. Chantelle Jeffries left a trio of happy faces, while Halsey, who is currently in position herself, posted the face of The Supplicant, which means she was completely overwhelmed by the beauty of what she sees. "With a beautiful mother", - added the artist Letitia Cai.
This moment of maternal love comes two weeks after Emily's birth. "Sylvester Apollo the Bear has joined us," she wrote on March 11, adding that Sylvester "was born on 3/8/21 on the most surreal, beautiful and loving morning of my life." In the birth announcement, Emily was breastfeeding and lovingly looking at the baby she had been carrying under her breast for nine months.
Although Emily called her baby a "handsome boy" in this latest Instagram post, she's set to try to raise Sylvester without feeling any pressure to fit a certain gender. “I love the idea of imposing as little gender stereotypes on my child as possible,” she wrote in Voque. Before the baby was born, Emily made the decision not to reveal the gender of her baby. “But no matter how much more progressive I may hope to become, I understand the desire to know the sex of our fetus; it looks like the first real opportunity to see who they might be."