She gave birth to twins Alby Zeke Rogers and Kenzie Louise Rogers five days ago.
And now the former presenter of Who Dares Wins, Tania Zaetta, 48, has shared new adorable snapshots of her two bubs on Instagram.
The beautiful photos show little Alby and Kenzie wrapped in hospital blankets.
& # 39; The perfect couple, how lucky we are & # 39 ;: former Who Dares Wins presenter, Tania Zaetta, 48, shares new and sweet photos of her newborn twins Alby and Kenzie after giving birth
& # 39; Introducing the little Alby & Kenzie, who now has 5 days. A beautiful boy and girl, the perfect couple, how lucky we are, "Tania told the photographs.
"They arrived early at 34 and so eager to meet us (usually the twins are born between 35 and 37 weeks), both only 30 cm and about 1.5 kg each, so small and divine, and most importantly, healthy and happy. They're going to be on the monitors for a while, but I'm already totally in love and I have tears in my eyes every time I look at them.
The sweet post comes after the television star shared a first glimpse of her new son and daughter with his partner Chris Rodgers on Sunday.
"Our family is complete!": Tania, 48, gave birth to twins five days ago after moving to IVF and an anonymous egg donor with her partner Chris Rodgers
"Alby Zeke Rogers weighed 1.5 kg and Kenzie Louise Rogers weighed 1.6 kg after her safe arrival in the world," the new mother wrote.
"The Bub are incredibly adorable and have arrived a few weeks before and being divinely small they will spend some time in their small hospital residences for safe monitoring before we can all go home.
"Special thanks also to Dr. Dennis Price for the safe delivery of our bubs and all the special care in the initial stage, as well as the amazing team at Cabrini Hospital."
Happy family: Alby Zeke Rogers weighed 1.5KG and Kenzie Louise Rogers weighed 1.6KG
"We can not wait to learn everything they are going to teach us and we already love being their adoring parents," he concluded.
Last month, the television star who became a fitness instructor announced that she was expecting twins after she did not become pregnant naturally.
The new parents flew to Greece to find an anonymous egg donor, who looked like Tania.
Shining: "Having arrived a few weeks before and being divinely small, they will spend time in their small hospital residences for safe monitoring before we can all go home," wrote Tania online.
Speaking for Women's Day, Tania revealed that they had implanted two ovules and that IVF worked for the first time.
"To be able to have an egg donor baby, that's the miracle for me," he said.
"I was always going to be a mom, but I was single for a long time, and I wanted to wait for the right man, and Chris was the right man."
She and Chris, who is 13 years younger than Tania, found love seven years ago.
IVF trip: after not being able to get pregnant naturally, Tania and her partner flew to Greece to look for an anonymous egg donor, who looked like the old TV presenter.