Nicky Hilton Rothschild Shares First Photo of Newborn Daughter Teddy: ‘Kisses + Cuddles’

 

Meet Teddy Marilyn!

Nicky Hilton Rothschild gave a universe a initial glance during her second child Monday, posting a snap of herself cradling a 7-week-old baby lady before streamer out to take partial in New York Fashion Week.

In the honeyed photo, baby Teddy’s face isn’t visible, though a impulse is heartwarming all a same, with her mom gazing down admiringly during a infant.

“Kisses + cuddles before out a doorway to locate the @oscardelarenta show 👶 💋,” Hilton Rothschild, 34, captioned a post.

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Kisses + cuddles before out a doorway to locate a @oscardelarenta uncover 👶 💋

A post common by Nicky Rothschild (@nickyhilton) on Feb 12, 2018 during 12:28pm PST

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The heiress and husband James Rothschild welcomed Theodora “Teddy” Marilyn in New York City on Dec. 20, her repute confirmed exclusively to PEOPLE.

Hilton Rothschild’s new baby lady was named after her and sister Paris Hilton‘s consanguine grandmother Marilyn Jun Hawley, and joins a couple’s comparison daughter Lily-Grace Victoria, 19 months.

Sprinkles for breakfast! 🍰

A post common by Nicky Rothschild (@nickyhilton) on Dec 17, 2017 during 8:45am PST

 

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The conform engineer — whose NHxTolani Mommy + Me collection launches Thursday — recently non-stop adult to Architectural Digest in an talk and concomitant widespread featuring a debate of her N.Y.C. penthouse and a initial full-face print of Lily-Grace.

“I grew adult in a residence full of antiques and imagination fabrics and certain bedrooms we weren’t authorised to go in,” she said. “And as a child we always told myself that we will never have that when I’m grown up; we would have a residence where no room is off-limits.”

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