The One Show presenter, Alex Jones, shared a heartfelt post on Instagram while showing support to people working night shifts.
The 44-year-old television personality uploaded an adorable black and white selfie with her newborn baby girl.
She captioned the intimate moment: “The night shift.
“Emergency workers, supermarket staff, cabbies, factory workers, lorry drivers, DJs, fellow breastfeeders.
“Whatever your reasons for being awake through the night, I’m thinking of you.”
Alex’s picture comes a few days after giving birth to her daughter, born on August 21.
The BBC star’s selfless Insta post was liked by more than 38,000 people and received support from hundreds of fans and friends.
Singer Myleene Klass wrote: “I see you! Sending you love Mama xxx.”
Fellow BBC colleague Angellica Bell commented: “I weirdly miss those times! Can't wait to see you and get some cuddles! Mwah,” along with a heart-eyed emoji.
Presenter Cat Deeley also showed her support as she wrote: “Remember that feeling … And strangely loved it x."
“Ah I remember it well,” former A Place in the Sun host Amanda lamb wrote.
She added: “Keeping up with the Kardashians got me through the 4am feeds (the only thing I could find to watch) Sending you all lots of love. She’s a little cracker xx.”
The former Tumble presenter’s newborn baby girl, whose name has yet to be revealed, is Alex’s third child.
She gave birth to her first child, Edward Alun Burrell, whom she had with husband Charlie Thomson, in January 2017.
Alex tragically suffered a miscarriage the same year, however, gave birth to a second son named Kit in May 2019.
She announced the birth of her daughter in an emotional post on Tuesday, revealing her baby daughter’s tiny feet at the hospital along with other pictures of Alex breastfeeding her.
“Our beautiful daughter came safely into the world on Saturday afternoon 21.08.21. Tiny, but perfectly formed we are all beyond happy and besotted by her,” she wrote.
The TV personality was overflown with congratulatory messages as Irish singer Ronan Keating wrote: “Congratulations to you all. Amazing news.”
Welsh journalist Owain Wyn Evans even took the time to send his good wishes in their native language as he commented: “Llongyfarchiadau cariad, Newyddion fab!” translating to: “Congratulations love, fab News.*
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