Emilee Hembrow shares a sweet photo of her 'rainbow baby girl' bonding with daughter Aaliyah and says they're already 'inseparable' - after a devastating stillbirth last year
Emilee Hembrow has shared a sweet photo of her daughter Aaliyah, five, bonding with her 'rainbow baby girl' after a devastating stillbirth last year.
The influencer and older sister of fitness mogul Tammy, who announced the birth in a heartfelt Instagram post on Saturday, said the sisters are already 'inseparable'.
Little Aaliyah matched her mother in a white ensemble and was seen gazing adoringly at her sister who wore a pink onesie and was cradled on Emilee's lap.
Emilee, 29, looked radiant with perfect hair and makeup in the gorgeous shot that featured a beautiful pink and white floral backdrop.
The YouTube star also posted a precious photo of herself cradling the newborn and wrote in the caption that she can't wait to see Aaliyah's bond with her sister grow.
'Aaliyah's dream came true, a baby sister. Welcome to the world little princess. They are already inseparable, I can't wait to see their bond grow,' she penned online.
Emilee also captured sweet footage on her Instagram Stories of son Gabriel, two, patting the newborn's head affectionately and said he 'loves his little sister'.
The brunette beauty announced her baby's arrival in a heartfelt Instagram post on Saturday, sharing a sweet video of the newborn.
Emilee told fans that she, her husband and their children, are 'so overjoyed with emotions and feelings'.
On her official Instagram page, Emilee, who is yet to reveal the baby's name, shared a video of her 'rainbow baby' looking cute as a button in a white onesie.
'Thank god, our rainbow baby has arrived safe & healthy. We are so overjoyed with emotions and feelings,' she wrote online.
'Enjoying every precious moment with our new addition to the family. Thank you all for the beautiful dms (sic) and messages, we truly appreciate it.'
Emilee also shared a precious video to her Instagram Stories of her new bundle of joy wrapped up in a blanket, alongside the caption, 'words can't describe'.
The social media sensation announced her pregnancy in July, sharing a moving video to Instagram that showcased her bump.
'We're expecting another baby! We have hoped and we have prayed, now we are excited to say, our little miracle is on its way,' Emilee penned online.
'I pray I get to spend forever with you and that we are blessed with another baby but I trust in God and whatever he has planned for me is meant to be.'
She added: 'It has been really hard to keep it a secret but I couldn't hold it in any longer and really want to share my raw emotions with you all.
'We are so grateful for the love and support we have received throughout the years and wanted you to be a part of what's to come.'
The Gold Coast-based star was pregnant with her third child when she experienced a heartbreaking stillbirth in June last year.
A month later, Emilee shared a heartbreaking photo of herself cradling her baby boy - Jamal Reign Ada - and described holding the stillborn child as 'surreal'.
She told Mamamia of the loss: 'It was like an out-of-body experience. It was really numbing because it was just such a tremendous amount of pain. I removed myself from my body so I could just get through it.'
Emilee said the stillbirth was a shock for her and her family, and that she never thought it would possibly happen.
She managed her grief by being surrounded by family, and received support on social media from other mothers who have experienced stillbirth.
Emilee said: 'It was really therapeutic for me knowing that I was connecting with other women that had gone through the same thing, and helping them know that they're not alone.'
She revealed she had mixed emotions about falling pregnant again in an Instagram Q&A in January.
'I feel like this one is true and false. I definitely think I would stress and worry about things, but at the same time, I feel like it's out of my control,' she explained.
'It's in God's hands, so there's no point in worrying,' she added.
Emilee shared news of the devastating loss in a post on Instagram on June 21 last year, sharing an illustration of a weeping woman kneeling in front of a baby angel.
'There is really no test harder that a person can face, than a loss of their child,' she penned.
'The bond that is created between the mother and her child through pregnancy, forms the strongest of bonds.'
'This world is short, and we believe our angel Jamal Reign Ada is waiting at the gates of paradise for mum and dad with open arms. Rest In Peace our little angel,' she added.