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Millie Mackintosh dazzles in a colorful mini dress when she steps outside with her husband Hugo Taylor

She recently revealed that they ‘remain positive’ in the wake of being diagnosed with hip dysplasia in their three-month-old daughter, Sienna.

And new mum Millie Mackintosh looked radiant when she hopped into Notting Hill, London with husband Hugo Taylor on Friday, while the couple took a break from parenting duties.

The ex Made In Chelsea star, 31, wore a colorful mini dress for the occasion, while her former co-star beau, 34, looked dapper in a sandy cargo shirt.

Couples Getaway: New mom Millie Mackintosh looked radiant when she walked out with husband Hugo Taylor in Notting Hill, London on Friday, as the couple took a break from parenting duties

Couples Getaway: New mom Millie Mackintosh looked radiant when she walked out with husband Hugo Taylor in Notting Hill, London on Friday, as the couple took a break from parenting duties

Showing off her postpartum figure, Millie looked confident in her patterned floaty number of Rixo as she wandered the Westbourne Grove neighborhood.

She paired her dress with black sandals from My Fashion Tribu, while carrying her essentials in a black Gucci handbag.

The influencer added quirky sunglasses to her makeup-free face, while letting go of her sleek locks for the day.

Lovely: The ex Made In Chelsea star, 31, wore a colorful mini dress for the occasion, while her former co-star beau, 34, looked dapper in a sandy cargo shirt

Lovely: The ex Made In Chelsea star, 31, wore a colorful mini dress for the occasion, while her former co-star beau, 34, looked dapper in a sandy cargo shirt

Lovely: The ex Made In Chelsea star, 31, wore a colorful mini dress for the occasion, while her former co-star beau, 34, looked dapper in a sandy cargo shirt

Meanwhile, sunglasses entrepreneur Hugo paired his shirt with black skinny jeans and trendy black sneakers.

The couple looked relaxed and happy as they held hands while shopping quietly.

On Tuesday, Millie took to Instagram to upload a sweet photo of herself rocking her baby girl wearing her harness as she said Sienna is back to her ‘mostly smiley self’.

Fashionista: Millie showed off her postpartum figure, looking confident in her floaty number with a pattern from Rixo as she meandered through the Westbourne Grove area

Fashionista: Millie showed off her postpartum figure, looking confident in her floaty number with a pattern from Rixo as she meandered through the Westbourne Grove area

Fashionista: Millie showed off her postpartum figure, looking confident in her floaty number with a pattern from Rixo as she meandered through the Westbourne Grove area

Style: She paired her dress with black sandals from My Fashion Tribu, while carrying her essentials in a black Gucci handbag

Style: She paired her dress with black sandals from My Fashion Tribu, while carrying her essentials in a black Gucci handbag

Precautions: At one point, Hugo put on a face mask during the couple's outing

Precautions: At one point, Hugo put on a face mask during the couple's outing

Style: She paired her dress with black sandals from My Fashion Tribu, while carrying her essentials in a black Gucci handbag

Looking good: the influencer added quirky sunglasses to her makeup-free face, while letting go of her sleek locks for the day

Looking good: the influencer added quirky sunglasses to her makeup-free face, while letting go of her sleek locks for the day

Looking good: the influencer added quirky sunglasses to her makeup-free face, while letting go of her sleek locks for the day

She stated that she and her husband Hugo “ remain positive, ” the star said she was “ delighted ” that her little one had managed to “ adapt very quickly, ” and expressed her gratitude to fans who shared helpful advice.

The influencer looked radiant as ever as she wore a floral print maxi dress while cuddling her adorable child in her garden.

Millie has informed her social media followers about how Sienna is doing in the caption of the post.

Look closely: Meanwhile, sunglasses entrepreneur Hugo paired his shirt with black skinny jeans and trendy black sneakers

Look closely: Meanwhile, sunglasses entrepreneur Hugo paired his shirt with black skinny jeans and trendy black sneakers

Look closely: Meanwhile, sunglasses entrepreneur Hugo paired his shirt with black skinny jeans and trendy black sneakers

On the road: The couple looked relaxed and happy, holding hands while shopping quietly

On the road: The couple looked relaxed and happy, holding hands while shopping quietly

Caught: The couple quickly put up their umbrellas when the skies opened

Caught: The couple quickly put up their umbrellas when the skies opened

On the road: The couple looked relaxed and happy, holding hands while shopping quietly

The TV star admitted that the family has been through their ups and downs since discovering the condition, saying, ‘Despite my initial fears, Sienna is doing very well in her pavlik harness for her hip dysplasia.

“Everyone kept reassuring me that babies adapt very quickly, and although she was very restless for the first few days, she is now back to her usually smiley self and even starting to find her voice.

She cherishes, sings and screams all day long, what a joy to hear! We’ve been told we can take off the harness to do some tummy time and give her a bath every night and it’s the best part of my day! ‘

Adjustments: On Tuesday, Millie took to Instagram to upload a sweet photo of herself rocking her baby girl wearing her harness as she said Sienna is back to her 'mostly smiley self'

Adjustments: On Tuesday, Millie took to Instagram to upload a sweet photo of herself rocking her baby girl wearing her harness as she said Sienna is back to her 'mostly smiley self'

Adjustments: On Tuesday, Millie took to Instagram to upload a sweet photo of herself rocking her baby girl wearing her harness as she said Sienna is back to her ‘mostly smiley self’

'She cherishes, sings and screams all day': Declare that she and husband Hugo 'remain positive', the star said she is 'delighted' that her little one has 'been able to adapt very quickly'

'She cherishes, sings and screams all day': Declare that she and husband Hugo 'remain positive', the star said she is 'delighted' that her little one has 'been able to adapt very quickly'

‘She cherishes, sings and screams all day’: Declare that she and husband Hugo ‘remain positive’, the star said she is ‘delighted’ that her little one has ‘been able to adapt very quickly’

The media personality, who previously revealed that Sienna has made a full recovery, is “ very likely, ” added that while she doesn’t know how long the toddler should be in braces, she and the sunglasses entrepreneur are happy with her progress.

She explained: ‘We don’t know yet how much longer she will have to wear her armor, but we remain positive and we are so overwhelmed with all your beautiful messages and comments.

‘I wanted to thank everyone who shared their stories with me, it made it all much easier to deal with as I had no idea this condition was affecting so many people.

Millie and Hugo welcomed their first child together in May, just over two years after they tied the knot at Whithurst Park in West Sussex.

Update: The reality star has notified her social media followers about how Sienna is doing in the post's caption

Update: The reality star has notified her social media followers about how Sienna is doing in the post's caption

Update: The reality star has notified her social media followers about how Sienna is doing in the post’s caption

WHAT IS DEVELOPMENTAL DYSPLASIA OF THE HIP?

Developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH) occurs when the ball and socket joint is not properly formed in babies and young children.

The hip joint connects the femur or thigh bone to the pelvis. The top of the femur is spherical and is located in the cup-shaped acetabulum.

With DDH, the acetabulum is too shallow and the femoral head is not held firmly in place. This causes the hip joint to become loose. In severe cases, it can dislocate.

DDH can affect one or both hips. It is more common in the left hip, as well as in girls and first-born children.

One or two in 1,000 babies have DDH that requires treatment.

This can be a cloth splint called a Pavlik harness that keeps the hips in a stable position so they can grow normally.

If this does not work, or if the child is over six months old at the time of diagnosis, surgery may be required to insert the ball of the femur into the acetabulum.

Left untreated, DDH can cause patients to limp, develop hip pain or osteoarthritis.

Source: NHS

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