Lucy Mecklenburgh shares adorable new photo of baby Roman as she says: ‘I stay home to protect you’
Lucy Mecklenburgh has shared an adorable new snap of her newborn son Roman.
The 28 year old, who welcomed her first child with fiancé Ryan Thomas, 35, two weeks ago, took to her Instagram feed to post the stunning photo.
Racking up over 66,000 likes already, the picture shows little Roman resting his head on his arms as he lies down on a very comfortable-looking grey blanket.
Referencing the coronavirus that's currently sweeping the globe, she captioned the sweet photo: "#istayhome to protect you," followed by a red heart emoji.
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Celebrity friends were quick to comment on the beautiful post as Catherine Tyldesley, 36, wrote: "Oh mays …. my ovaries," [sic] alongside four heart eyes emojis.
Former Made In Chelsea star Hugo Taylor, 33, who is expecting his first child with 30 year old wife Millie Mackintosh, posted four blue heart emojis.
Ryan's twin Adam commented: "Doesn’t even look real wow xxx".
While DJ Ashley James, 32, wrote: "The cutest. I can't wait to meet him," with five heart eyes emojis.
It comes as the reality star was recently forced to defend her decision to go for a stroll with Ryan and their son after urging people to self-isolate.
The new mum took to her Instagram Story to urge people to distance themselves from each other after several members of the public were seen spending time in parks.
Lucy wrote: “Why are people finding this so difficult to understand?! STAY AT HOME! It will save so many lives!!! It’s really simple! Stop being selfish!”
She then revealed that she had received messages saying she was being “hypocritical” after enjoying a stroll with Roman and beau Ryan.
“For DM’s about me going for a walk being hypocritical… I was with Ryan & Roman for an hour a day. We don’t come into contact with anyone or touch anything.
“From a distance I could see big groups of people having coffees together on bench’s, shops full, groups of people chatting, coffee shops packed!!! I don’t understand," she wrote.
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In a speech on the evening of 23 March, the Prime Minister, who recently tested positive for the coronavirus, said people must stay at home unless they need to go out to get basic necessities, daily exercise, medical needs, or they're travelling to and from essential work.
He told all shops selling non-essential goods to shut down and also decided to enforce a strict rule against social gatherings in public of more than two people who do not live together.
If people go against these new set of rules, the police will intervene through fines and dispersing of gatherings. The lockdown will be reviewed in two weeks' time.
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