Jemma Lucy beams in never-before-seen snap with newborn daughter – as the ‘tired’ new mum asks for advice on parenting struggles

Jemma Lucy has shared a sweet update of her newborn baby girl, after welcoming her earlier in the week.

The Ex On The Beach star, 30, gave birth on 25 May and has yet to show off her young daughter's face.

But the doting new mum couldn’t help but share a gorgeous beaming snap alongside her young tot, with her child's tiny face resting on her chest.

Jemma then asked for advice on parenting, revealing: “My baby will only fall asleep when she’s in my arms lol which means I have to stay awake as it’s not safe to fall asleep with her.

“Anyone got any tips? So tired!”

At the start of the month, Jemma said she’d had a "hard" pregnancy as she awaited the arrival of her first child.

  • Jemma Lucy gives birth: Ex on the Beach star welcomes baby daughter into the world

Posing in a bikini while showing off her bump, the tattooed star wrote: "Literally got 3 weeks left!

“Not guna lie I’ve had a hard pregnancy and not really enjoyed it to be honest. but I can’t wait to meet my baby girl it’s becoming so real and exciting, after feeling scared, unsure and anxious, I’m now feeling so ready to be a mum and I can’t wait!"

Jemma previously admitted she had kept her love life out of the public eye for two years, but finally revealed she had ended her relationship with the baby’s father three months prior to giving birth.

While she revealed she was set to become a single mother, the reality star still kept the identity of her former partner a secret.

She'd previously revealed how her world was turned upside down when discovering her pregnancy, and was left feeling lonely and vulnerable after isolating herself from friends and family.

"When I found out I was pregnant I was completely in shock," Jemma told The Sun. "I didn’t know what I wanted to do at first. I don’t think you can ever really prepare yourself for the change that it brings to your life, and even more so when its not planned.

"Having thought about it for ages, I just thought it’s the right thing to do to keep it. But the first three months were the hardest, I’m not even joking they were the hardest times of my life.”

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