Bhad Bhabie Shares First Photo of Her Baby Daughter

The 'Bringing Up Bhabie' star welcomed the child with boyfriend Le Vaughn earlier this month

Paul Archuleta/FilmMagic Bhad Bhabie
Paul Archuleta/FilmMagic Bhad Bhabie

Bhad Bhabie is introducing her baby daughter to the world!

On Friday, the reality TV star-turned-rapper, 20, shared a photo on Instagram of herself posing with her daughter in her arms. The newborn's face was concealed by a pink heart. The "Miss Understood" performer hasn't shared the child's name yet.

Bhabie (born Danielle Marie Bregoli) wore a pink robe as she rested her daughter's head on the inside of her elbow to take the photo. The newborn was swaddled in a heart-print blanket with matching mittens covering her tiny hands.

"Congratulations 🩷🩷🩷," Paris Hilton wrote in the comment section of the post.

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The Bringing Up Bhabie star, who has been in the public eye since she was a teenager, welcomed the child with her boyfriend Le Vaughn in mid-March, a rep confirmed to PEOPLE. The couple announced that they were expecting in December.

In a February interview with PEOPLE, Bhabie spoke about how excited she was to welcome her daughter, whom she said at the time she was going to name Kali Love.

"The name doesn't really have any specific meaning, it's just his mom picked the middle name and then I had a list of five names I liked, and Kali was one of them," she said. "I thought that Love went good with Kali."

<p>Bhad Bhabie Instagram</p> Bhad Bhabie and Le Vaughn.

Bhad Bhabie Instagram

Bhad Bhabie and Le Vaughn.

As for the type of parent she thought she'd be, she said she predicted she'd be "strict" compared to Le Vaughn.

She went on to explain that she and her partner prefer to keep their relationship and personal lives private to avoid unwanted opinions from social media followers.

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"I even see people saying, 'Oh, I don't think she's ready. I don't think she's ready,' " she said, referring to motherhood.

"It's like, 'How can you, from your computer screen, determine if I'm ready to be a mother or not?' I don't even be on [social media], so how can you determine that? You know? It's just kind of off."

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