Four-month-old Madison made her first public appearance at a very special charity event.
Retired cricket pro Glenn McGrath and his wife Sara introduced their newborn bub at the inaugural Jane McGrath Day at the Sydney SCG on Tuesday.
The annual event raises money for the Jane McGrath Foundation, which was set up in Glenn's former wife Jane’s honour following her untimely passing from breast cancer in 2008.
Despite the wet weather, spirits weren’t dampened as guests donned pink for a VIP high tea.
New mum Sara looked radiant as she cradled Madison alongside Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and his wife Lucy Turnbull.
The US-born beauty also took to Instagram to post the first social media photo of her bub, who slept blissfully in her arms at the event.
“Best behaved at the#janemcgrathday high tea,” she captioned it.
Later she published another family pic, this time with her treasured step-children Holly and James. "The McGrath family #ourlove #complete #thankyougod #blessed," she penned.
Speaking to the Daily Mail Australia at the function, 45-year-old Glenn said he was very lucky to have met his wife.
"I was lucky to have met Sarah, She came over here and changed countries for someone with a profile, foundation, a wife that passed away and was held in such high regard. It was tough but she’s an incredible person," he told the publication.
"I watch James and Holly put their arms around Sara and come and chat to her. They love their little sister… that’s what life is about. They’re happy to help out with anything other than nappy changes!"