& # 39; We are really proud of you & # 39 ;: Tahlia Giumelli joins NRL star Tom Burgess on the field with their newborn daughter Sophie … after playing in a big final decision game
Tahlia Giumelli and NRL star Tom Burgess welcomed their first child, Sophie Heather, on 3 August.
And on Saturday, the new mother, 25, went to Instagram to praise her treasure, 27, for his efforts in the grand final decision game the night before.
A photo saw the couple, along with their newborn daughter, on the field at GIO Stadium, shortly after the Rabbitohs lost to the Canberra Raiders.
& # 39; We are really proud of you & # 39 ;: Tahlia Giumelli, 25, joined the field on Friday with NRL star Tom Burgess, 27, with their newborn Sophie … after playing in the grand final decision game
Tahlia cut a casual figure in a pink sweater, with little Sophie on her chest in a baby carrier.
Tom wore the distinctive red and green tops and shorts of his team and beamed to the camera with his loved ones.
Tahlia wrote in the caption: & # 39; Moo and I are really proud of you & # 39; in addition to two emoji & # 39; s with a love heart.
On Friday, the model shared a precious clip with Instagram stories from Sophie who was sleeping in her arms while sitting in the crowd.
Precious: on Friday the model shared a clip on Instagram Stories of Sophie sleeping in her arms, sitting in the crowd at the GIO Stadium of Canberra
Sophie slept peacefully and was kept warm in a pink top, a downy pink hooded jacket and a white blanket.
Tahlia caption the precious moment & # 39; loves her football & # 39; in addition to a smiling face emoji and green and red love hearts for the Rabbitohs.
The power couple from Sydney welcomed Sophie a week before her due date at the Royal Hospital for Women in Sydney.
In an Instagram post earlier this month, brunette beauty became frank about motherhood.
Bundle of Joy: Tahlia and Tom welcomed their first child, Sophie Heather, on August 3
Tahlia complained about the sleepless nights and & # 39; baby spit & # 39; but admitted she & # 39; would not change it for the world & # 39 ;.
& # 39; Mama life: days are spent on park dates, drinking too much coffee, wearing a shirt with baby skewer and other dubious liquid substances & # 39 ;, wrote Tahlia.
She continued: & # 39; And pretended that everyone had had a good eight hours of sleep last night, instead of a baby partying. Wouldn't change it for the world. & # 39;
Tahlia accompanied the post with a picture of herself lapping the spring weather, while drinking a coffee in a cafe in Sydney.
Thankful: in an Instagram post earlier this month, Tahlia became frank about motherhood and said that despite the & # 39; baby spitting & # 39; and sleepless nights, nothing about it would change
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