Matthew Wright shares the first photo of his adorable daughter Cassady

Matthew Wright and his wife Amelia welcomed their first child into the world at the end of January and the doting parents have finally shared the first photo of their gorgeous daughter.

Matthew teased fans with a preview photo of their little girl on Sunday: “Tease! Meet little Cassady in @hellomag⁩ tomorrow. Pix of her and ⁦@mrsameliawright⁩ certain to melt hearts,” he tweeted.

The new parents shared the first photo exclusively with Hello! Magazine and we are awe of little Cassady. She is such a doll.

Matthew and Amelia had been trying for a child for eight years so there’s no doubt it was a real dream come true when baby Cassady was born.

New mum Amelia gushed about finally becoming a parent: “I have dreamt about this moment for so long, I keep pinching myself, thinking 'Is this real? Is this happening?'"

"I feel like it's a rebirth for me. It's every cliché and everything you hear about but I feel complete and content,” she added.

Matthew confirmed Cassady’s arrival on January 25, 2019.

He wrote on Twitter: “Just checking in to say all is well, Cassady and Amelia are doing well but will be in the hospital for a few days yet. We cannot thank you enough for all the love and your countless supportive messages. So far so good.. will reply to y'all in time xx”

We couldn’t be happier for Matthew and Amelia. Little Cassady is the cutest baby. We hope the parents share more photos of their little bundle of joy soon.

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