New parents Roxy Horner and Jack Whitehall have revealed what they've decided to do with their baby's umbilical cord, after having to reach an unusual "compromise".
Model Roxy, 32, and comedian Jack, 35, welcomed their first child – a baby girl – earlier this month and have been sharing their journey as first time parents on Instagram with fans.
The couple, who were recently spotted on a coffee run in London with their newborn daughter, were left stuck when they couldn't come to an agreement about what to do with their baby's umbilical cord, as Roxy wanted to keep it while Jack was keen to throw it away.
The pair eventually came to a mutual agreement and the umbilical cord has been "planted" in one of their house plants.
Sharing the unique decision, Roxy posted a fun selfie of her and Jack holding the umbilical cord on her Stories, with te comedian looking disapprovingly at it.
"Jack wanted to throw away baby's umbilical cord & I wanted to keep it so we compromised and planted it in our of house plants," new mum Roxy penned with a laughing face emoji.
The pair's unusual decision comes after Jack shared a photo showing the reality of being a new dad and joked about his daughter's nappies.
He could be seen lying down in a stained t-shirt with his eyes closed, while holding a sign that read 'Shh I'm sleepy' in his mouth in the photograph.
Can’t believe I’m only two weeks into this," he quipped. "Also every morning I see these nappy’s and think did someone sneak in last night and give my daughter five pints of Guinness and a kebab?"
Fans rushed to laugh along with him, with many relating to his parenting struggles.
"This is the easiest time… just wait till she’s a teenager!!!!!!" one person said, while a second wrote: "so relatable right now," along with laughing emojis.
"It gets easier….said no one ever," a third fan laughed, while a fourth commented: "Best days of your life," with a heart emoji.
Roxy and Jack announced the arrival of their baby girl on 6 September on social media, following her birth on 5 September at St Mary's Hospital in London.
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