CHARLOTTE Dawson shared her first pictures of her baby son after revealing he is called Noah.
The star, 28, gave birth to baby Noah last week with her fiance Matt Sarsfield by her side.
Charlotte has now debuted her little one to the world on Instagram in a series of adorable snaps.
The first shows Charlotte and Matt immediately after the birth, with the baby resting on the star's chest.
The next show the baby wrapped in towels after just being born, as well as him letting out a big cry.
The others show the bubba sleeping soundly – including him having an adorable yawn.
She captioned the pics: "My darlings I’d like to introduce our beautiful son to you all… And what better day to show him off to you all, my dads birthday…
"A week ago from his birthday our Noah Dawson Sarsfield (there is a cute meaning behind the name which I’ll tell you all about) came into the world and became our complete everything… 26th of January at 10:42am weighing 7 pounds 13 ounces ?
"our little family & world is now complete. I can’t wait to share with you all my labour story, it was a bit of a struggle & I ended up with a forceps delivery, but Thankgod we had a happy healthy baby boy I can’t thank the lovely midwifes, doctors & nurses at Warrington hospital enough.
"We are in such a baby bubble @matt_sarsfield is melting my heart the way he is with our boyo.
"I have soooo many pictures & videos to share with you all from our first week, so get ready for mega baby chuffin spam!! ?????
"I love you all thank you so much for your messages, support & love… ???? hope you all love him as much as we do ?????????"
Charlotte revealed the tot's name in an interview earlier today.
Speaking about her little one, the new mum gushed: "He is a little chuffin' belter and weighed in at 7lbs 13 ounces and has kept me on my bunions ever since!"
Charlotte added to OK magazine: "Matthew and I are so obsessed, our world is now complete and we are excited to be a little family."
Reflecting on her dad, late comic Les Dawson, Charlotte added in the new interview: "I know my Dad would be so proud, I just wish he was here but I know he is smiling down on us."
Les passed away from a heart attack in 1993 when Charlotte was just eight months old, and would have turned 90 today [2 February].
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