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Lauren Brant and Barry Hall share the first glimpse of their newborn son

Plus the social media snap that has fans divided.

By Bella Brennan
Just a week after welcoming their first child together, new parents Lauren Brant and Barry Hall are opening up about becoming parents.
Taking to social media, the reality TV stars shared a string of posts gushing about their son Miller Hall.
"What a ride so far. So many firsts! First time home! First car ride! First bath! First dinner as a family! He is such a Star! Ah and mum @laurenbrant is too ❤️❤️❤️," AFL legend Barry penned alongside a black and white snap of him cradling his son.
The 40-year-old also paid tribute to the Hi-5 star on her first Mother's Day.
"Happy Mother's Day beautiful. Miller is so blessed to have you as a Mum.xx," Barry wrote.

29-year-old Lauren also took a moment to acknowledge the day.
"One week ago today I was blessed with my beautiful baby boy. Becoming a Mother has given my life such greater meaning. It's something I have always wanted and now that I have been blessed with my perfect partner and our perfect son, it has never felt so right. I am totally in love with being a Mum," she began.
"My heart feels like it is about to explode, I have found the purity in so many emotions and truly discovered selflessness."
"Though my life has changed forever and my days just got a whole lot busier, I am so calm and content. Our little bundle of joy has put everything into perspective and there is nothing more important than our little family. Mummy absolutely loves you Miller, thank you for making me the proudest Mother this Mother's Day!"
However it's one of Lauren's Instagram Story posts (below) that have divided fans.
The I'm A Celeb star shared a snap of herself holding Miller as she dons a black bikini.
The new mum sports a black bikini as she holds her bub.
"Exactly 1 week post [baby emojis]," she remarked.
"The bikini thing is a bit premature...us mums know what's going on down below and it requires padding usually," one fan noted.
"I gave birth a week ago today and I haven't done as much as look at myself in the mirror. Yes I've been lucky and my tummy seems to have gone down fast. But dolling up and posing for a pic for thousands to see would be the Last thing on my mind," a new mum said.
"This is not realistic!! 99.99% of women couldn't achieve this," another agreed.
While others pointed out everyone's body is different.
"Her belly is small while pregnant, she just looked like she had a pod belly. Lucky her I guess.....everyone's body different," one fan explained.

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