Ella Baig is giving birth! Model, 24, and boxer Nicola Adams, 39, welcome baby boy together saying: ‘We’ve been to the moon and we’re back to get you’ after their IVF journey

Ella Baig and Nicola Adams gave birth to their first child – a boy!

They shared the news on Instagram on Monday morning, along with the first photo of the baby’s legs and arms – they have yet to reveal the name.

24-year-old Ella and 39-year-old Nicola previously told that it took four stages of IVF to get pregnant, and wrote about their love for their son.

Ella Baig gave birth! The 24-year-old model and her boxer girlfriend Nicola Adams, 39, welcomed a baby boy together and shared the first snap on Instagram on Monday

A special moment: The couple also shared this photo of themselves in the delivery room together

A special moment: The couple also shared this photo of themselves in the delivery room together

Announcement: Ella shared this cute caption alongside the post as they let their followers know about the happy news

Announcement: Ella shared this cute caption alongside the post as they let their followers know about the happy news

And on Monday, model Ella wrote: “We are so excited to let the world know that @babyadamsadventures has arrived.

“The first moment we saw you, we felt instant love and the strongest connection. We’ve been to the moon and back to get you and we can’t wait to spend the rest of our lives watching you grow ❤️#babyboy #twomoms #twomums.’

The baby already has his own Instagram account, and in addition to the first photo, the couple also shared a photo from the delivery room.

Elle appeared to be having a caesarean section, with Nicola standing lovingly by her side.

Expecting: Pregnant Ella previously showed off her blossoming baby bump in a skin-tight white dress as she posed for a picture with her girlfriend Nicola Adams.

Expecting: Pregnant Ella previously showed off her blossoming baby bump in a skin-tight white dress as she posed for a picture with her girlfriend Nicola Adams.

Mum-to-be: She also took to her Instagram story on Monday wearing a black T-shirt and green check shirt as she prepared to meet Nicola after the trip.

Mum-to-be: She also took to her Instagram story on Monday wearing a black T-shirt and green check shirt as she prepared to meet Nicola after the trip.

She also took to her Instagram story on Monday, wearing a black T-shirt and green check shirt as she prepared to meet Nicola after the trip.

The new post comes after Ella hit back at trolls claiming she is not the father of her child after she shared cute photos of her baby last month.

The model took to Instagram to post pictures of herself in a gray dress hugging her blossoming baby bump as she slammed internet trolls for their hateful comments about her pregnancy.

In a lengthy caption, Ella said she and her ex-boxer friend often see comments saying their baby isn’t theirs because it’s “biologically impossible”.

Ella hit back at ‘cruel’ trolls, asking why people can’t be happy knowing their child will be loved, rather than asking them about IVF and sperm donation.

The couple, who had been together for four years, conceived after a fourth round of IVF, starting infertility treatment in 2019.

In her Instagram post, Ella said she knew she and Nicole couldn’t have had a baby without medical intervention, but said people’s harsh comments were part of the stigma surrounding IVF.

She wrote: “Seeing a lot of comments about this not being ‘our’ baby because it’s ‘biologically’ impossible and we’re not parents…we all know we couldn’t have done it without medical intervention trust me i know

“But it makes me think that this is why there is such a problem around IVF and fertility, because people are so cruel. Just because the baby isn’t yours biologically and wasn’t created “naturally” doesn’t mean it’s not your baby!

“Why can’t people be happy knowing that the child will be loved and wanted.”

Ella also took offense to people saying she and Ella give her a “hard time” when there are fathers who don’t “stick around to do the work” as parents, comparing absent fathers to sperm donors.

“Too many children come into this world with so-called parents who are nothing more than donors…not parents. But is it difficult for us?! she said.

“It’s as much of a donor as all the men who make babies instead of sticking around to do the work! You guys really need to learn the difference.”

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