Lisa Curry reveals exciting new family addition with the sweetest photo

Cute is an understatement.
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Lisa Curry has revealed an exciting new addition, of arguably the best kind, to her family.

And, we must warn you, it will make you squeal in jealousy.

Taking to Instagram on Thursday, the ex-Olympian shared a photo of their new pet – a fluffy baby yellow duckling.

If the sweet snaps, including one cuteness overload with grandson Flynn, aren’t enough to have you melting over your screen, Lisa’s caption will send you into a puddle of warmth.

“Our newest addition to the farm. This is Daisy Duck. 🐥💕 Loves swimming in our bathtub and hiding in our pockets,” she wrote.

We want one.


Cuteness x2.


Daisy isn’t the only new addition Lisa’s been sharing with her followers.

The 58-year-old has been eagerly counting down to the arrival her second grandchild, whose mother is Lisa’s daughter, Morgan.

Just days ago Lisa shared a snap of her pregnant daughter, writing: “Any day now… my beautiful little mumma Morgan 💕”

She also recently shared a snap of Flynn with similar sentiment.

“Sleepover with Granny. I love having this little one stay… he’s just a little bit spoilt and why not.. that’s what Grannies are for😊💙 So much love. Waiting patiently for grandbaby number 2 to arrive.😊:

Lisa adores her grandson, Flynn.


The glimmer of joy and excitement over her expanding family is a small reprieve from Lisa’s recent grief, having lost her other daughter, Jaimi.

On September 14, the family confirmed their beloved oldest child Jaimi Lee Curry Kenny had passed away following a private battle with a long-term illness.

Lisa was heartbroken over the loss of daughter Jaimi.


Lisa paid tribute to her “beautiful daughter” in a powerful and touching essay following the tragic news.

“Our hearts are completely broken. 💔So loved. So beautiful. So kind to everyone…. So painful. I can barely breathe,” the 58-year-old began.

“Jaimi will forever be remembered as a caring, bright and loving soul who always put others before herself. Her love of flowers, cooking, art, decorating, photography, babies, the beach, and helping others will always be remembered.”

“Our hearts are broken and the pain is unbearable but we cherish every wonderful moment we got to share with our treasured and so loved first child.”

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