Sophia Grace Brownlee has introduced her baby boy to the world and hearts everywhere have melted.
The child star, now 19, announced in October last year that she was expecting her first child with her boyfriend, who prefers to stay out of the public eye.
Sophia – who rose to fame on The Ellen Show alongside cousin Rosie McClelland, now 16 – then shared on March 6 that she had given birth to a son, revealing that he arrived into the world on February 26.
The new mum has now returned to the internet to give her followers an update, showing her baby for the first time, but not yet telling fans his name.
While Sophia also doesn’t feel comfortable showing the newborn’s face for now, she did hold him up for the camera in her latest YouTube video – and he’s as cute and tiny as you’d imagine.
He also already boasts a very impressive head of hair!
Sophia Grace Brownlee, 19, became a mum for the first time in February (Picture: YouTube)
Her adorable baby boy already boasts an impressive head of hair! (Picture: YouTube)
She went on to detail her birth story, starting from the day she went into labour, up until she came home with her bubba.
Sophia explained that she actually went into labour on the evening she finished filming her previous vlog, after heading out for the day as normal with her dad.
That evening, she went into hospital and decided instantly that she wanted to have an epidural, hailing it ‘the best thing I’ve ever done’, due to the pain of her contractions.
She added that the process was ‘so scary’, convinced that she ‘couldn’t do it’ while it was happening, praising the midwives for their support.
The child star described her labour as ‘traumatic’ and ‘stressful’ (Picture: YouTube)
She ended up having a C-section, but thankfully all went smoothly (Picture: YouTube)
Sophia described labour as ‘the worst pain I’ve ever felt’, like people ‘told her’ it was going to be.
‘It’s literally disgusting, it’s literally the worst pain ever,’ she shared.
Her son’s birth proceeded ‘very quickly’, although labour made her ‘very, very tired’, and she started to feel unwell, so she was taken to theatre for doctors to help with forceps, with possibility of C-section.
At this point, things were ‘really traumatic’, with Sophia saying: ‘I did have a really hard time. Looking back on it, it was probably the most stressful thing that’s ever happened to me.
‘I was terrified, obviously because it’s a big thing. I’ve never had surgery that major before and it was scary. And I wasn’t planning on having a C-section.
Sophia and cousin Rosie McClelland, now 16, rose to fam on The Ellen Show (Picture: Jim Smeal/BEI/REX/Shutterstock)
The girls have remained close friends and now have their own careers in music and social media (Picture: Picturegroup/Shutterstock)
‘My boyfriend came in with me because he was my birth partner, so he did get to sit next to me the …read more