Big sister duty! Reece Hawkins’ daughter Saskia embraces his newborn son Stone as they spend quality time together
Reece Hawkins’s four-year-old old daughter Saskia was on sister duty as she looked after her half-brother Stone on Wednesday.
The 26-year-old’s wife London Goheen, 22, shared a sweet photo to Instagram of the siblings as they spent quality time together.
In the picture, Saskia held one-month-old Stone in her arms as she sat on a chair at a cafe.
Big sister duty! Reece Hawkins’ daughter Saskia embraced his newborn son Stone as they spent quality time together on Wednesday
Reece shares his daughter Saskia and son Wolf, five, with fitness influencer Tammy Hembrow, 26.
Reece publicly feuded with his ex-fiancée Tammy following their split in 2018.
In a YouTube video last year, the District Goods founder admitted the former couple’s relationship hadn’t always been easy.
Tammy is now dating surf lifesaver and Ironman Matt Poole, 32.
Family ties: Reece shares daughter Saskia and son Wolf, five, with his ex Tammy Hembrow, 26
Meanwhile, Reece and London welcomed their newborn son on March 7.
Two days after birthing the baby boy, proud new mum London shared a sweet photo of her breastfeeding the newborn in hospital.
‘We love you baby Stone & being your mama forever is going to be so much fun, I PROMISE,’ she wrote.
Family! Reece and his wife London Goheen welcomed their newborn son on March 7
‘Our sweetest gift is finally here. Stone Hawkins, was born Sunday 03/07/21.
‘The whole experience was unexplainable. I’ve never felt stronger in my entire life, 34 hours in labor was unexpected & crazy hard… but the feeling of him on my chest made each & every pain all completely worth it!’ she said of her birthing experience.
London also praised partner Reece in the announcement: ‘So thankful for my husband being there and supporting me throughout this whole journey, you’ve truly been my rock!’
‘Our sweetest gift is finally here’:Two days after birthing the baby boy, proud new mum London shared a sweet photo of her breastfeeding the newborn in hospital