Naomi Campbell spotted for first time since welcoming baby daughter06/27/2021
Naomi Campbell took a breather from her baby bubble to run errands and stock up on supplies at her local supermarket.
The supermodel was pictured for the first time since announcing to the world that she had welcomed her first child, a little girl, in May.
On Saturday, Naomi, 51, was spotted heading to a grocery store in New York City where she is currently based.
She looked to be on a mission and kept her outfit casual yet still stylish, rocking a white blouse with plunging neckline, tracksuit bottoms and trainers. Of course, her long hair was laid to perfection and she also kept on top of health and safety measures with a face mask and gloves.
Once inside the supermarket, Naomi was seen holding a handwritten shopping list on a piece of A4 paper and carrying some fresh produce.
The fashion icon has been keeping a low profile in recent weeks since becoming a mum for the first time.
Naomi took everyone by surprise when she shared a sweet photo of her daughter’s tiny feet on Instagram, and revealed she’d secretly become a mum.
‘A beautiful little blessing has chosen me to be her mother, So honoured to have this gentle soul in my life,’ she wrote.
‘There are no words to describe the lifelong bond that I now share with you my angel. There is no greater love.’
Naomi has yet to reveal her baby girl’s name, and has not shared a photo of her face or details of daughter’s birth. It was recently claimed that Naomi has been living in the US with a mystery boyfriend.
The British runway star had been open about her desire to become a mum and told Vogue in 2018: ‘I’d love to have kids. I don’t discount anything in life. I love kids and always will.
‘When I’m around children, I become a child myself. That’s the little girl I don’t ever want to lose.’
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