Ex Celtic WAG Helen Flanagan shares adorable snap of 'her boys'

Helen Flanagan has shared an adorable snap of ‘her boys’ showing Scott Sinclair and little baby Charlie cuddled up today.

Two months ago, the Coronation Street actress and her ex-Celtic ace fiance welcomed their third child and first baby boy.

The couple already have two daughters – Matilda ,5, and Delilah, 3 – with baby Charlie was born in March on his daddy’s birthday, completing their little family.

Now Helen, 30, has shared a sweet snap of ‘her boys’ as proud dad Scott cuddled the two-month-old in his arms.

In another post, the new mum celebrated her ‘beautiful boy’ who she said has ‘stolen her heart’ by posting an adorable video of the tot looking super cute in a Peter Rabbit dressing gown.

Helen shared the sweet snap of ‘her boys’

She captioned the post: “My beautiful boy (heart emoji) stole my heart – 2 months.”

And many of her followers commented on how cute little Charlie is.

One wrote: “So beautiful.”

While another added: “He is absolutely perfect.”

One said: “Oh he’s just too cute.”

And one added: “Oh he is beautiful Helen.”

During Helen’s pregnancy, she revealed that she suffered terribly from Hyperemis gravidarum.

Hyperemis gravidarum is much worse than the normal nausea and vomiting of pregnancy.

Signs and symptoms include prolonged and severe nausea and vomiting, being dehydrated, feeling thirsty, tired, dizzy or lightheaded, weight loss and low blood pressure when standing.

Helen’s symptoms were so bad that she spent some time in hospital.

Taking to Instagram, Helen said that she had the condition with her two previous pregnancies but this time it was much worse. She said: “I’ve been a lot quieter on my social recently as I’ve had hyperemis gravidum.

“I had this with both girls but this time was on another level. I am so relieved to be over the worst and so very happy and so grateful for my baby.”

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