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Dani Dyer has shown to be every inch the doting mum since the arrival of her son Santiago.
The mum-of-one has created a tranquil nursery for her four-week-old and has since transformed the rest of her home especially for her little one.
Posting to her 3.4million Instagram followers, the Love Island winner, 24, shared a picture cradling her son in the home she shares with boyfriend Sammy Kimmence, 24.
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Dani was seen holding adorable Santiago in their plush living room complete with a grey-toned sofa and mirrored lettering on the wall reading ‘love’.
And the living room also featured some new baby essentials including a white playmat with a sweet mobile above along with a basket of newborn necessities next to the sofa.
Dani looked radiant in a navy shirt with gold embroidered bees while Santiago wore a white baby grow as he looked sweetly at the camera, captioned: “Happy Monday."
Marking a month since the birth of Santiago on Sunday, Dani shared a sweet picture of her baby boy on his changing mat to her Instagram as he held a card which read: “Today I am four weeks old.”
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Captioning the adorable post, she wrote: “Four weeks ago you came into our lives.. you are worth every sleepless night you give us. So lucky to be your mummy and daddy.”
Last month, Dani shared a glimpse of her beautiful nursery which is complete with star-patterned curtains draped around a large window.
There’s a wardrobe with lots of organised clothes hanging inside too and a plant sits in the corner of the room in a stylish vase.
The cot is framed by a starry netting and the wallpaper is printed with elephants to give a hint of playfulness to the space.
On the other side of the room there’s a baby changer with the elephant and star theme continuing around the room in the form of blankets and bunting.
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