Gigi Hadid shares rare pic of her newborn baby girl and tags 'Aunties' Taylor Swift and Donatella Versace

GIGI Hadid has shared rare pic of her newborn baby girl and tagged "aunties" Taylor Swift and Donatella Versace.

Gigi, 25, posted the sweet photo on her Instagram story last night after announcing the birth of her daughter with Zayn Malik last week.

The supermodel posted the adorable snap of her daughter's clenched fist resting on a pink, silk blanket.

She wrote: "Auntie @taylorswift made this!!"

The little girl wore a white baby romper in the snap with the Versace logo imprinted on it, with Gigi adding: "From auntie @donatella_versace"

Gigi became friends with Taylor, 30, back in 2014, when Taylor could be seen photobombing Gigi and Karlie Kloss at an Oscars party.

Gigi also went on stage during Taylor’s 1989 tour in 2015.




Gigi and Zayn announced the arrival of their girl on Instagram: "Our girl joined us earth-side this weekend and she’s already changed our world. So in love."

She also shared a sweet photo of herself holding the newborn's hand.

Gigi and singer Zayn announced her pregnancy in April and kept a low profile ever since.

However, they dropped many hints they were expecting a child before April.





Her mother Yolanda finally confirmed the news in an interview, saying: "I'm excited to become a grandmother in September especially after I lost my mom so recently."

She added: "But this is the beauty of life, one soul leaves us and a new one comes in. We feel very blessed."

Earlier this year family sources said the couple were expecting a baby girl – which turned out to be true.



The pair had also kept quiet during her pregnancy, but Gigi explained why during a Q&A session on Instagram.

She said: "Obviously, I think a lot of people are confused why I am not sharing more but I am pregnant through a pandemic… my pregnancy is not the most important thing going on in the world.

"That's a reason that I felt like it's not really something that I need to share apart with my family and friends."

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