Gigi Hadid not only just celebrated her first Thanksgiving as a mom — she hosted!
The supermodel, who welcomed her first child, a baby girl, with Zayn Malik in September, documented the holiday on her Instagram Story.
"We hosted :)" she captioned a close-up shot of her table setting, complete with an adorable pumpkin-shaped place card.
On Friday morning, the new mom, 25, posted a photo of a plate laden with Thanksgiving fare, writing, "It's not even noon and I'm already thinking about this again … ready for leftovers."
She also shared a photo of her full spread, including a mac and cheese dish baked by sister Bella Hadid, 24. Later, she posted a shot of a set of plates, revealing the special meaning behind them: "For my first TG hosting gig my mom gave me the set of holidays plates we grew up," she wrote.
Last but not least, she gave a shout-out to the Etsy shops she bought her napkin rings, name cards and place mats from, writing, "Wanted to support small businesses this holiday season…and share :)"
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While celebrating Halloween last month, Hadid and Malik, 27, also shared their first-ever family photo with their daughter.
In the sweet photo, the model smiled as the former One Direction member cradled their newborn in his arms — who was dressed as a tiny Incredible Hulk.
Singing her daughter's praises, Hadid recently wrote that her baby girl "burps sunshine" while sharing an adorable selfie of the pair together.
Malik announced their daughter's arrival in September, writing, "our baby girl is here, healthy & beautiful."
"To try put into words how I am feeling right now would be an impossible task," he continued. "The love I feel for this tiny human is beyond my understanding. Grateful to know her, proud to call her mine, & thankful for the life we will have together x."
In her own announcement post, Hadid shared a black-and-white photo of the infant's hand gently wrapped around one of her dad's fingers.
"Our girl joined us earth-side this weekend and she's already changed our world," she wrote. "So in love."
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