Made In Chelsea's Binky Felstead has given birth to her daughter.
The brunette beauty gave birth this week, boyfriend Josh Patterson aka JP has announced.
He took to Instagram today to share a first picture of the couple's little tot, captioning the adorable snap: "I'M A DADDY!"
Binky, who previously announced she is expecting a girl with her MiC co star JP, recently enjoyed a 'pre birth holiday' where she showed off her bump.
Binky wrote online: "One of the last weekends where it's just the two of us. Couldn't love this boy anymore for organising such a special few days away.... Who would have thought he had it in him"
Speaking to OK! magazine last week ahead of the birth, Binky said: "I'll definitely miss the bump! I'm going to miss the kicking and the moving. I love my bump but I am getting quite tried."
Reality star Binky recently wrapped up filming on the latest run of Made In Chelsea, announcing it would be her last ever series.
She posted to Instagram ahead of last week's series finale: “Looking back to the shows very first episode & my very first scene I filmed with Ollie & Cheska it's amazing & seems fitting I could end my time on the show with them as you will see tonight.
"Thank you for the amazing amount of support and love - what an incredible experience, couldn't be prouder of this show & how far it's come!"
Binky continued: “It's been my second family and I will deffo be back to do the odd bits and bobs on it I'm sure in the future, but now I feel my time has come to a natural end seeing as the next big (grown up) chapter of my life is about to begin!
“I'm not going away though, u can still follow my personal journey if ya wanna .. so keep your eyes peeled for what's coming up! Thank you @e4chelsea , love you always. #proudtobeanoriginal.”
It's been reported that she and JP are now set to bag their own TV show.
A new two part series will follow Binky and JP throughout their pregnancy and after the birth.
"Binky’s pregnancy came like a bolt from the blue for Made in Chelsea fans and they’ve been desperate for more info ever since," a source said recently. "A whole show dedicated to her and JP’s journey is bound to be a hit."
Speaking to The Sun newspaper, the source continued: "The spinoff will see cameras right by her side, capturing all the magical moments and hardships of this new stage in her life.
“This is truly a Made in Chelsea first – no single cast member has ever anchored their own show.
“She’ll be keeping her fingers crossed that her co-stars are happy for her and not jealous.”