Fifi Box shares hilarious photo of baby Daisy’s surprise delivery

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The Project panellist Fifi Box welcomed her second child late last month and she’s been delightfully spamming Instagram with gorgeous baby snaps ever since!

When you’ve gotta go …

One of the most recent photos of her one-month-old daughter Daisy has really captured the attention of Fifi’s followers.

The photo shows Fifi – who is also mum to five-year-old Trixie – holding her baby girl, perhaps in the midst of a soothing cuddle during a nappy change.

Turns out the timing of this snuggle was a teensy bit out. Turns out that young Daisy was really counting on a fresh nappy … if you know what we mean! (See photo below … #snort!)

“You know you really love your baby when … 😂” Fifi captioned the photo of herself laughing as she realises Daisy’s just delivered her own little surprise.

“When the worst is the best!!!” her The Project co-star Lisa Wilkinson posted.

“Oh, she is going to love this photo when she is older!!!” former Real Housewives of Melbourne star Chyka Keebaugh wrote.

“Oh poor you!” Dannii Minogue commented under the poopy shot.

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You know you really love your baby when…😂

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“One for the 21st”

Fifi’s non-famous followers could not get enough of this slice-of-life image.

“Oh I love it!” one fan posted. “We have all had a poop moment as a mum. My eldest got me a good one in the face!”

“Love it. So natural,” another follower commented. “Doesn’t matter how famous you are a baby has to do what a baby has to do.”

“Oh Fifi!! Too funny!! Are you even a mum if you haven’t been 💩 on?” someone else wanted to know.

“One for the 21st photo board! She’ll love it,” another follower suggested blithely.

Better out than in?

Baby Daisy was conceived with some help from IVF and Fifi announced she and Trixie were expecting back in February.

“We’re having a baby!!” she posted as she announced this pregnancy on social media. “Trixie and I are over the moon/jumping out of our skin/can’t stop smiling/floating on air/dancing in the streets/walking on sunshine and every other metaphor that conveys absolute pure joy.”

The mum-of-two battled chronic hyperemesis gravidarum (HG) for the entire pregnancy, so perhaps a little bit of poop between mum and bub is a nice change from all those months of throwing up?!

Thanks for keeping it real, Fifi!


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