Gogglebox star Scarlett Moffatt looked the picture of happiness as she cradled her newborn son in her arms as she stood surrounded by a host of balloons, congratulating the star on her new addition.

The loveable TV star, 32, who shot to fame on the Channel 4 reality TV show back in 2014, gave birth to her son at Durham Hospital and has already named him – Jude Xavier Dobinson.

Scarlett, who had the full support of her partner Scott Dobinson, captioned her post saying: "My perfect boy."

In another pic she said: "My darling boy I can’t stop crying looking at you as I can’t quite believe you’re mine. You wanted to meet us early at just 35 weeks."

She added: "Me & your daddy love you so much that I can’t even put this feeling into words. Our heart and soul feels complete and ready to burst. I will forever and always be grateful to be your mammy."

The TV presenter paid special thanks to Scott for being by her side but also spared a thought for the NHS midwives who assisted her giving birth five weeks earlier than planned.

She added in her caption: "You will all forever hold a special place in my heart for looking after us all with such compassion. Let the baby bubble commence."

And her celebrity friends among her avid fans wasted no time in sending in their congratulations, which included messages from Carol Vorderman who has now dubbed her "Mumma Moffatt", TV star Vanessa Feltz, Lisa Snowdon, Amanda Holden and reality TV stars such as Love Island's Chloe Burrows and The Only Way Is Essex star Ferne McCann.

But it was her Instagram followers who were even more overwhelmed with emotion. One wrote: " Cherish every second because before you know it he will be 16 months old and trashing the house like my little one. Congratulations to you both, having a buba is the best gift life can give."

Another wrote: "Well done congratulations. What a wonderful experience being a mummy. It was my best job ever."

In February, Scarlett shared her pregnancy news in a video posted to Instagram which showed an ultrasound picture and her dog wearing a bandana which said "I’m going to be a big sister."

At the time, she described herself as being on “cloud nine” about the news.

After finding fame on Gogglebox, Scarlett then went on to win over the hearts of the nation and was crowned winner of I'm A Celebrity in 2016.

She also presented her own documentary on Channel 4 which looked into Tourettes. This saw her discuss how she developed tics when she was a teenager as she then looked into the causes of the condition.

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