Tamara Ecclestone shares first look at her new baby

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LONDON, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 07:   Jay Rutland and Tamara Ecclestone attend the Annabel's Art Auction fundraiser in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust & Teen Cancer America at Annabel's on November 7, 2018 in London, England.  (Photo by David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images)
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Heiress Tamara Ecclestone has given fans their first peek at her new baby girl.

The socialite, 36, and her husband Jay Rutland welcomed daughter Serena in September.

Ecclestone has now shared a sweet picture on Instagram showing the couple’s six-year-old daughter Sophia holding her new baby sister, while the family’s pet dog looks on.

“Three weeks ago you completed us baby Serena,” she wrote.

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“Watching the love Fifi has for her baby sister makes me happier and prouder then [sic] I could of ever dreamed of.”

Watch: Tamara Ecclestone welcomes baby daughter Serena

Ecclestone had kept her pregnancy pretty quiet although there was some speculation she was expecting again.

She welcomed her new arrived in Switzerland late in September and her dad, former Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone, confirmed the lovely news to the MailOnline.

“I’m absolutely thrilled to be a grandfather again,” he said, saying Serena was “a beautiful little thing”.

The 89-year-old became a new dad himself in July, when he and his wife Fabiana Flosi welcomed son Ace.

He told the Mail: “Serena and Ace are very close in age and so will be able to play together when they’re a little older.”

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Long hike today with my bestie ❤️

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Last year, Tamara told Hello! magazine that Sophia was hoping for a little sister.

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“She’s been talking about how much she wants a sibling, and for the first time I'm open to the idea,” she said.

"She really wants a sister, but certainly not a brother - she's very girlie and thinks boys are smelly."

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