Gigi Hadid shares new look at baby daughter as she gets dressed up for Halloween

Gigi Hadid has shared a new glimpse at her and boyfriend Zayn Malik’s newborn daughter.

The couple, who welcomed their baby in September, got dressed up for Halloween over the weekend and brought their one-month old in on the fun.

Gigi shared a sweet family photo on her Instagram Story to show off their costumes.

Their baby was dressed up as the Hulk, wearing a cute green outfit with a green hat.

She had placed an animation of the Marvel character over her daughter’s face to protect her privacy.

New dad Zayn, dressed as a Harry Potter character from House Slytherin, smiled down at his baby as he held her in his arms. The message ‘my first Halloween’ was written alongside the image.


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Gigi looked incredible in a skintight, futuristic catsuit modelled on a video game character, and put her arm around her boyfriend as she took the picture.

In further Instagram snaps she showed off her outfit, adding the caption: ‘Choose your player.’

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Gigi and Zayn are loving being parents, but recently enjoyed some down time together with a boozy date night.

They announced their baby girl’s birth on social media saying ‘she’s already changed our world’.

The former One Direction star posted: ‘Our baby girl is here, healthy & beautiful to try put into words how i am feeling right now would be an impossible task.

‘The love i feel for this tiny human is beyond my understanding. Grateful to know her, proud to call her mine, & thankful for the life we will have together.’

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Gigi said of her birth: ‘Our girl joined us earth-side this weekend and she’s already changed our world. So in love.’

It has been reported that Gigi welcomed her little on her family’s farm in Pennsylvania where she had been staying during lockdown.

Zayn and Gigi first begun dating in 2015 and were on and off before reuniting at the end of 2019.

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