Rochelle Humes unveiled her daughters' faces on social media for the first time recently.
So it's no surprise fans were loving the Saturday singer's latest Instagram drop as she shared another incredibly sweet slider of never-before-seen snaps on Wednesday.
Rochelle proved she was going to continue to treat her fans to pictures of her two daughters Valentina, nearly three, and Alaia, six.
The songstress posted more throwback pictures of her youngest daughter Valentina from when she was a tiny newborn.
In a heart-melting picture, her husband Marvin planted a tender kiss on their baby's cheek while he cradled her in his arms.
Little Valentina modelled a number of different cute outfits for the next lot of photographs included in the montage of pictures.
She wrote: "Way back when Valle was a little weeny birdie. She's almost three, someone please tell me where the time goes?!.."
Fans now must expect to see more darling photographs as Rochelle seemingly plans to fill her followers in on the years they have missed of seeing her daughters grow up.
Rochelle and Marvin come to the decision to share their daughters with the world after their eldest often asked why she didn't feature on their social media pages.
They were notoriously private about anything surrounding their children while they juggled careers in the limelight as presenters.
Alaia's request sparked the married couple to change their ways and be more open about their lives as parents.
In a joint statement, the pair set out: "I think it would be weird for me to post this without saying anything…but we've made the choice to share a little bit more of our family.
"Alaia is aware of social media now (gulp) and she often asks why her cousins and other family are featured but not her and to be honest, we don't really have the answer…
"Obviously it was coming from a place of protection maybe to a fault, let's face it none of us really have this figured out..
"So here they are our babies, they wont be on here often but thought you might like to meet them…Please be kind."
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