- Gigi Hadid posted new photos of her and Zayn Malik's baby girl on Instagram on Sunday.
- "A whole new kind of busy & tired," Hadid captioned a series of photos shared. "But she's da bestie so she got Christmas decorations early."
- In two of the images, the couple's daughter was strapped to the model's chest as she cradled her and kissed her head.
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Gigi Hadid shared new photos of her and her boyfriend Zayn Malik's baby girl ahead of the holidays.
"A whole new kind of busy & tired," Hadid captioned a series of photos shared Sunday on Instagram. "But she's da bestie so she got Christmas decorations early."
The 25-year-old model posted two photos of her and Malik's child, who was born in September 2020.
In one picture, the baby was strapped to Hadid's chest. The model wore a robe and beanie with her sweatpants, as she rested one hand on her child. In a black-and-white photo, Hadid was seen kissing her newborn's head.
Additional photos gave fans a glimpse of their home's Thanksgiving and Christmas decor.
The photos were likely taken at the Hadid family's farm in Pennsylvania, which is where the new mom has been quarantining amid the coronavirus pandemic.
In images posted thus far on social media, Hadid and Malik have concealed the baby's face. They also haven't revealed their daughter's name.
Recently, Hadid posted a photo of her daughter over her shoulder with the caption: "She burps sunshine."
Prior to that, she shared images of herself, Malik, and their child dressed up for Halloween.
Hadid dressed as the Nintendo video game character Samus Aran, Malik channeled a Slytherin member from fictional "Harry Potter" school Hogwarts, and their daughter drew inspiration from Marvel with a knit Hulk cap and green attire.
Hadid and the former One Direction singer welcomed their "healthy and beautiful" child two months ago by sharing black-and-white photos of the newborn's hand.
"She's already changed our world," Hadid said.
"To try put into words how I am feeling right now would be an impossible task," Malik added. "The love I feel for this tiny human is beyond my understanding. Grateful to know her, proud to call her mine, and thankful for the life we will have together."
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