Millie Mackintosh stuns in a red dress as she celebrates her daughter Sienna’s first Christmas alongside her partner Hugo Taylor
She’s experienced a life-changing year following the arrival of her baby daughter Sienna in May.
The former Made In Chelsea star, 30, looked typically feminine in her ensemble as she sent well wishes to her social media followers and said: ‘Hearts and tummies full to the brim’.
Family first: Millie Mackintosh cut a stylish figure in a red smock dress as she celebrated her daughter Sienna’s first Christmas with her partner Hugo Taylor, 34, at their London home
Her patterned dress featured a high-neck, semi-sheer sleeves and a ruffled hem.
Millie styled her brunette locks in a loose wave and enhanced her visage with a slick of make-up.
Her daughter looked adorable in a red velvet dress and cape with a white lace trim.
A delightful bow hairband perched on her brunette tresses and she stayed warm in cosy white tights.
Festive: The former Made In Chelsea star, 30, looked typically feminine in her ensemble as she sent well wishes to her social media followers and said: ‘Hearts and tummies full to the brim’
Meanwhile, Hugo looked dapper in a green knitted jumper and slim-fitted trousers as they posed for a family snap.
Millie captioned the sweet portrait: ‘Hearts and tummies full to the brim ❤️ Wishing you all a very Happy Christmas from us!
‘Let’s celebrate everything we somehow managed to overcome this year, finding joy in the present moment, and hope for the future!
‘I’m logging off for a few days to do exactly that, and to make sure I get lots of time with limited distractions with Sienna and Hugo for her first ever Christmas! Sending love and hugs from our family to yours.’
Last month, Millie reflected on her first six months of motherhood in a candid interview.
The TV personality spoke to Mother And Baby about the affect ‘mum police’ trolls have had on her self esteem as well as her changing relationship with her body.
The mother-of-one explained: ‘There are definitely some mum police out there that really will like jump on you and criticise anything you do. You can’t please everybody.
‘I really just try and take a deep breath, put my phone down or go for a walk if it’s really got to me but I think you just have to rise above it.’
But the TV star admitted she’s found huge positives in social media in her new role as a mum, especially when she shared her family’s experience when Sienna was diagnosed with hip dysplasia at three-months-old.
The little one had to spend six weeks in a brace and will continue to have weekly appointments and scans every six months until she is three-years-old.
Millie said she grew emotional when her followers shared their own experiences with the condition.
First time mum: Last month, Millie reflected on her first six months of motherhood in a candid interview and talked how ‘mum police’ trolls have affected her self esteem