Ashley Tisdale has revealed the first photos of her daughter Jupiter’s face.
The 35-year-old actress and singer – who welcomed her baby girl into the world six weeks ago with husband Christopher French – described her bouquet of joy as “a blessing” after celebrating Mother’s Day on Sunday (05.09. 21).
She wrote on Instagram: “This little lady made me a mom! I knew @cmfrench and I would have a cute baby but I didn’t expect her to be beautiful.
“Being a mom You don’t know how hard it is until you become one. Mothers you really are goddesses and single moms, you are my superheroes.
“The last 6 weeks have been such a blessing. Jupiter you are everything and more.”
Meanwhile, Vanessa Hudgens, former co-cast of Ashley’s ‘High School Musical’, has vowed to be the ‘singing aunt’ when she first meets Jupiter.
She recently said: “We’re going to wait until we have time and make sure I don’t travel anywhere, and just block a window to meet Jupiter …
“[Ashley’s] like: “You have to come and sing for her, because she loves to sing… Every time she is on her stomach, she kicks when there is singing!”
“So I’m like, I’m going to come over and be the singing aunt.”
Ashley first posted about the birth of her daughter last month, when she shared a photo of the toddler’s hand wrapped around her finger.
She wrote at the time: “French Jupiter Iris has arrived on the land side 3.23.21 (sic)”
And since then, she has hailed her partner Christopher as the “best daddy”.
Taking to her Instagram story, she gushed about her boyfriend: “Chris is determined to be a swaddling expert … But seriously how sweet is he? Best daddy (sic)”
News of Jupiter’s birth came after Ashley previously said being pregnant was an “out-of-body experience” as she struggled to “fully” recognize herself.
She said, “Don’t get me wrong, I’m so proud of my body and so grateful that I can create a home and grow my little one. However, seeing my body so different is still a little surprising.
“It’s like I don’t fully recognize myself and almost like an out-of-body experience. Thoughts like, ‘Is this really me? ” come to mind.”