Georgia Kousoulou and baby Brody visited by TOWIE pals including Kate Ferdinand

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Georgia Kousoulou's adorable newborn son Brody, who she shares with boyfriend Tommy Mallet, was doted upon by her slew of close friends.

TOWIE star Danielle Armstrong took to Instagram on Tuesday with a post of her posing up with the radiant new mother, as well as Lydia Bright and her daughter Loretta.

Also in attendance was Kate Ferdinand, as she posed with her pals while holding her six month old son Cree, whose face was covered with a blue heart emoji.

Danielle went on to share a short clip of her daughter Orla meeting Georgia's sleeping bundle of joy for the first time.


"First time we got to meet beautiful brody," Danielle wrote in the caption, while she can be heard in the background saying: "Hello handsome."

Lydia also shared some lovely snaps from the groups sunny catch up, including their attempts to get their sweet youngsters to all look at the camera at the same time as they sat together on the grass surrounded by toys.

Georgia welcomed little Brody into the world last month.

In a recent Instagram Q&A, Georgia told fans she made the decision not to breastfeed Brody.


When asked if she was breastfeeding, she responded: "You have to do what's right for YOU!!! For me & my family breast wasn't best. Brody is on Aptamil & he is very content and happy."

The reality star also opened up about her postpartum body and told fans she wasn't putting herself under any pressure.

When asked by a fan if she'd put on weight during her pregnancy, she wrote: "I don't even know, I haven't weighed myself at all & my body is swollen from the c section.

"I'm giving myself a year to feel back to myself! I don't want or need the pressure."


The star, who shared adorable new photos of Brody, went on to explain that following a planned C-section, she stayed in hospital with her new baby boy for two nights.

She said: "Yes I stayed in 2 nights & it was the best thing as the midwifes & everyone was amazing.

"I also learnt how to change a nappy and feed a baby."

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