Meghan McCain shares first pic of newborn daughter Liberty

Lawrence Kim
October 16, 2020

American TV star Meghan McCain gave fans their first glimpse at her newborn daughter, on Wednesday (local time) by sharing a photo of her baby girl swaddled in a pink blanket. Early on in her pregnancy, McCain said she would keep details of her child private.

"Bliss", is all Meghan wrote together with a coronary heart and the Statue of Liberty emoji, seemingly having returned to New York Metropolis after being in Virginia amid the pandemic and the start of her first youngster, on September 28. She may be feeling both proud for having produced so much milk as well as slightly dehumanized after having a machine attached to her to get said milk, as the double cow emojis indicate. They're simply doing really nicely; Meghan could not be happier, and [Meghan's husband Ben Domenech], as nicely. "The two new parents that are just enjoying every second of it".

Joy Behar had seemingly seen a photo of the baby and added, "Cindy, I saw that baby, that baby is 100 percent McCain".

McCain took place to thank her spouse for "providing me this present as well as taking the surge on this petrifying as well as fantastic journey with each other".

McCain previously shared a photo from what appears to be Liberty's nursery.

"Bliss", the new mother posted.

McCain and her family are mourning the death of her grandmother, Roberta McCain, who died Monday at age 108.

"Motherhood is euphoria", McCain wrote along with a picture of a necklace that said "mama". She said on Instagram last week that motherhood has surpassed her expectations and is the "best thing" she's done in her life. "She is actually a little bit of wildcat ~ lovely, tough, sharp, presently thus total lifestyle as well as character ... I only wish I had done this sooner".

" Thank you to all that have actually valued my protectiveness, perimeters as well as personal privacy while pregnant as well as now very first steps right into becoming a mother", composed McCain.

The View airs weekday mornings at 11 a.m. ET and 10 a.m. PT/CT on ABC.

"I believe children have a right to privacy and hope you will all understand as we navigate this as much as possible going forward without sacrificing our comfort or safety".

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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