Lydia Bright shares sweet picture of baby Loretta Rose as they isolate at home

Lydia Bright has shared the most adorable snap of her baby girl Loretta Rose as she gushed over how deep her love is for her.

The new mum, 30, welcomed her daughter last month as she admitted she ‘freaked out’ when she went into early labour with her baby.

Sharing a professional snap of her bundle of joy, Lydia penned a heartfelt note in her picture’s caption to her 1.2million followers.

She gushed: “I may never find words beautiful enough to describe all that you mean to me, but I will spend the rest of my life searching for them,” alongside a heart emoji.

And although self-isolating with little Loretta Rose can be seen as a blessing for Lydia, she admits the circumstances are bittersweet as she is unable to have her baby meet her grandma in person.

Lydia shared an emotional moment that she visited her nan as she cradled her daughter outside the window.

Her grandma was seen waving from inside of her house during self-isolation because of coronavirus.

Lydia gave birth to her daughter last month

Lydia Bright visited her nan with baby daughter Loretta

The former TOWIE star revealed that her family had been taking turns to see their nan at least once a day, even though it has to be through a window.

She then went on to express hopes that as a result of the  coronavirus  pandemic, communities will begin providing more care and support for the elderly.

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“Bringing my nan a ray of sunshine during self isolation,” she wrote in her caption.

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“I have never been so grateful to live on the same road as my grandma. We’re a close knit family and we make sure my nan always has at least one visitor daily, however during self quarantine she has been so teary with not seeing her family and being able to hug us all.

“It’s made me think of all the elderly out there, even before quarantine, who don’t see people on a weekly basis. Hopefully, through all this devastation, it has taught us that we must look after our elderly more. Family means everything,” she concluded.

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