Gisele Bundchen debuts baby Vivian

12:0AM, Feb 9th 2013

Amelia Bloomfield

It’s been two months since supermodel mum Gisele Bundchen gave birth and now she’s FINALLY given us a sneak peek at baby Vivian.

Facebook/Gisele Bundchen
She may have welcomed her ‘little angel’ into the world two months ago, but Victoria’s Secret Angel Gisele Bundchen has waited until now to share a photo of baby Vivian.

She took to her Facebook page to post the super-cute photo of her second child with professional footballer Tom Brady, along with the message:

“Love is everything!!! Happy friday, much love to all.”

Like many celebrity couples, they also turned to social media to release their own birth announcement, with a beautiful and intimate photo of the newborn’s tiny fingers held in her mama’s hand, accompanied by the words:

“We feel so lucky to have been able to experience the miracle of birth once again and are forever grateful for the opportunity to be the parents of another little angel. Vivian Lake was born at home on December 5. She is healthy and full of life.
Thank you all for your support and well wishes. We wish you and your families many blessings.”

Already mother to three-year-old Benjamin, Gisele’s little Sagittarian mini-me Vivian is clearly not going to be that mini at all by the look of her length at two months of age.

Those long legs may even take her down the catwalk like mum.

Related: Check out our Celebrity Baby Star Signs gallery.

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