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Kimberley Walsh dotes on baby son Nate as she’s pictured out for first time since giving birth

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Kimberley Walsh has been photographed for the first time since welcoming her baby boy Nate with husband Justin Scott in May.

The 39 year old, who is also mum to sons Bobby, six, and four year old Cole, was seen looking stunning in a buttoned up black dress with short sleeves as she cradled her newborn in her arms.

The blonde beauty styled her blonde hair back into a tight bun and wore several gold pieces of jewellery, including hoops and a series of rings.

Leaving her home prepared, Kimberley brought along a green and black bag, keeping all her valuable and baby supplies nearby.

Girls Aloud star Kimberley, who recently dressed her three sons in matching pyjamas, appeared to be in her element as she draped a white blanket over one shoulder and carried a white dummy in her mouth as she wiped her son's mouth.

Nate looked very comfortable in his mum's arms while he donned a pale yellow baby grow with what seemed to be boomerang-like shapes emblazoned in different colours all over it.

The youngster also wore a pair of white socks and had a full head of dark brown hair.

It comes after the star recently spoke out about her breastfeeding journey to raise awareness around the different struggles mums go through.

Kimberley posted two photos of herself breastfeeding her son Nate – one in private, while the other was as she was getting her make up done with the help of a beauty team.

In the caption, she told her 726,000 followers: "It’s #breastfeedingawarenessweek so I thought I’d share my journey…

"I’ve been extremely lucky with Nate as he was the first of my three babies to latch on minutes after birth and feed well and without much help as I always imagined breast feeding would be.

"Bobby and Cole however were a very different story! Both were born with tongue tie that wasn’t discovered at birth which made feeding extremely difficult.

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"With Bob’s, being my first baby I found the whole thing extremely disheartening and stressful. I wanted so much to feed him and felt huge outside pressure from midwives and after lots of help, advice and tears I fed him with nipple shields and expressed bottles for 6 months.

"Cole struggled to latch but I was more relaxed and expressed bottles from birth while continuing to try him on the boob and at 6 weeks he suddenly worked it out and I fed him for 7 months."

Kimberley, who recently showed off her postpartum body, went on to explain that she's not judgemental on the feeding choices other mums make as it's all a personal journey.

The TV personality continued: "I guess what I’m trying to say is breast feeding isn’t always the easiest journey and it’s not always a choice. That said, I loved breast feeding my boys and I’m so grateful to have an easier experience with Nate where it works for both of us and makes life easier!

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"I am completely non judgemental to other mums and their feeding choices you have to do what is best for you! I am celebrating breast feeding this week and encouraging people to support mothers in their decision to breast feed.

Even third time round I still find myself getting a little anxious if I have to feed in public and it’s more to do with other people feeling uncomfortable with it not me."

She added: "This has to change! Whether you choose to breast feed or not it is the most natural thing in the world and should be supported and celebrated! #breastfeedingawarenessweek," with a peace hand sign emoji and a breastfeeding emoji.

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