Towie's Tommy Mallet says 'my life is full' as he shares adorable new snap of baby son Brody

TOWIE star Tommy Mallet has gushed his "life is full" since becoming a dad for the first time with Georgia Kousoulou.

The proud papa, 28, took to his Instagram page to post a fresh shot of little Brody, after the pair revealed yesterday Georgia, 29, had given birth.

The baby looked completely at peace in his car seat, dressed in a white designer baby grow and wrapped up in a blanket emblazoned with the letter B.

In the caption alongside, a clearly chuffed Tommy wrote: "Now my life is full! Welcome to the world young 👑."

Georgia was quick to reply underneath, adding: "The best thing that’s ever happened to us ❤️."

Weighing in at 8lb 9oz, Brody Fordham was born three days ago.

Keeping it secret until now, Tommy told fans: "Meet Brody Fordham he’s 8lb 9oz & was born on 05/05/21 at 12.16pm… @georgiakousoulou is very well & so is he."

Lying in her hospital bed, glowing Georgia held onto her newborn son, with her partner and proud new dad Tommy by her side.

Sharing the same picture, Georgia said: "Introducing you .. Brody Fordham. 05.05.21 weighing 8lb 9. We are so in love."

Their famous friends rushed to send their congratulations, with Chloe Sims writing: "He's so precious, love him already."

Mrs Hinch said: "So so amazing. Congratulations to you all beautiful family."

Clelia Theodorou added: "Beautiful boy! Congratulations you two."

Geordie Shore's Marnie Simpson said: "Omg congratulations."

Later in the day, Georgia fizzed giving birth was the "best experience" of her life.

Earlier this week the reality TV show favourites revealed they'd already filmed their last scenes last month ahead of their little boy's arrival.

After six years on the show, Georgia told devastated fans: "Time to be mum & dad now."

She had recently opened up about not wanting her son to grow up on TV.

While she knew she would "have to" show her son on air at some point following the birth, she "hadn't made a decision" as to how much he'd be involved.

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