Michelle Keegan appeared at ease as she tenderly bottle fed her cousin’s baby boy, Brody, on Tuesday.
The 33-year-old former Coronation Street actress beamed from ear to ear as she took on feeding duties earlier today.
Sharing a picture on social media, the Brassic star cuddled the tiny bundle of joy while sipping on a bottle of milk.
Michelle opted for a casual look with a messy bun and a make-up free face as she gazed up at the camera for the adorable shot.
Alongside the touching picture, the television star added the words “nailed it” as she channelled her maternal side while bottle feeding.
In another social media post, Michelle swooned over the tiny tot and shared a cute Instagram video of Brody snoozing.
Michelle’s latest social media posts came shortly after her husband’s dad appeared to express hopes of becoming a granddad sometime soon.
Last month, TOWIE star Mark shared a picture where he cradled Brody while tenderly looking down at the newborn.
Mark’s dad quickly leapt at the chance to nudge his son, by urging him to consider becoming a dad himself.
“Lovely baby and it’s about time you made me a grandad and your mum a grandma,” Mark Wright senior wrote in the comment section.
Michelle and Mark have been happily married for five years and recently settled back into their Essex home after stepping away from work commitments.
The actress also recently voiced her frustration at the double standards she had experienced when it came to discussing parenthood.
Speaking to Cosmopolitan magazine, Michelle admitted that she had felt increasingly frustrated when people asked her about having a baby.
She said: “A few years ago it didn’t bother me and I answered the question, but now I think, “I don’t need to answer that because nobody knows what goes on behind closed doors”.
“I remember when I finished Our Girl people were like, “Is it because you’re going off to have a baby?”
“I know for a fact if Mark finished a job, nobody would ask him if he was going to have a baby. It’s not fair. It does make me feel frustrated.”
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