Ellie Goulding has shared the first images of her baby boy in a sweet video documenting her pregnancy journey.
The singer, 34, shared the post to Instagram on Thursday as she showcased her journey in a beautiful black-and-white montage.
In the clips, viewers are treated to footage of her ever growing baby bump while her husband, Caspar Jopling, also makes a number of rare appearances.
The couple previously announced that they had named their son, who was born on April 29, Arthur Ever Winter Jopling.
The new video shows Ellie gazing lovingly at her new baby as he lies peacefully on her chest.
Ellie captioned the video: “Dropped a BIG unexpected side project this year. Think it might be the greatest yet- shoutout to Mother Nature for the collab of all collabs.”
At the start of the video Caspar, 29, is heard telling his wife: “Rub your tummy.”
She duly obliges after unzipping her coat to reveal a tiny baby bump.
He jokes to the singer that “You can barely see it”.
Throughout the rest of the video fans can see the couple attend a baby scan and follow the journey of the bump’s growth.
Ellie is also seen doing her maternity exercise routine, including running, squats, cycling and swimming.
At one point Caspar is seen to sweetly rub his partner’s tummy.
The Love Me Like You Do singer is glowing throughout as she seems to enjoy her pregnancy.
Baby Arthur’s arrival was announced by proud dad Caspar on Instagram last month.
He took to the social media platform to share a picture of a bunch of flowers and wrote: “Mum and baby both healthy and happy 🙂 Extremely grateful.”
He continued: “I don’t ever address the public attention that comes with Ellie’s job, but during this magical and personal moment we would really appreciate being able to enjoy our privacy – Thank you x.”
The pair had managed to keep Ellie’s pregnancy out of the public eye until she was 30 weeks pregnant.
The singer shared the happy news with her fans in February in an interview with Vogue magazine.
She told the publication: “That was not the plan. The thought of getting pregnant didn’t seem like it could be a reality.
“Becoming pregnant kind of made me feel human. I want a better word than womanly, [but]—I have curves I’ve never had before. I’m enjoying it. My husband’s enjoying it.”