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Gisele Bundchen Shares Daughter Vivian's First Photo

By Renee Anderson / Feb 09, 2013 11:29 AM EST
  • Gisele Bundchen with Daughter Vivian Lake
  • (Photo : Gisele Bundchen/Facebook) Gisele Bundchen shares photo with daughter Vivian Lake to the world.

Gisele Bundchen is a happy mom. The 32-year-old Brazilian beauty, introduced her infant daughter Vivian Lake Brady to her fans, Friday.

"Love is everything!!! Happy friday, much love to all" the new mom wrote, after posting an adorable photo of the nine-week-old baby girl on her Facebook page.

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The adorable and innocent face of the little girl received wide attention from the model mamma's fans and well-wishers. Within 18 hours posting the baby's first photo, more than 51,500 people liked it and nearly 3,200 people expressed their love for the little girl.

"Vivian Lake is so beautifull just like an angel, just like her brother!!" one of the comments read, while another one adding, "I love your little family. And I love how much you and Tom care about each other and your children."

Baby Vivian is the second child of Bundchen and husband Tom Brady. The couple who tied the knot in 2009 has a three-year-old son named Benjamin.

Like her elder brother Benjamin, the little girl was also born at home. In Dec.2012, the gorgeous model announced her second child's birth, along with a photo of her daughter's little hand on Facebook.

The model who regained her pre-pregnancy figure days after giving birth to her son, had acknowledged breastfeeding playing an important role.

"I think breastfeeding really helped. Some people here think they don't have to breastfeed, and I think, 'Are you going to give chemical food to your child, when they are so little?'" she told Daily Mail in Aug.2010. "There should be a worldwide law, in my opinion, that mothers should breastfeed their babies for six months."

Rumors about Bundchen expecting her second child started spreading in late May.  However, the supermodel kept mum on the subject and silently confirmed the pregnancy by showing off her growing baby bump.

Apart from his two children with Bundchen, Brady has a five-year-old son, John, with American model and actress Bridget Moynahan. 

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