Ferne McCann shares baby Fintys first dance in adorable video

Former The Only Way Is Essex star Ferne McCann has shared an adorable video of her baby Finty's "first dance."

At just two months old, Finty has enjoyed her first experience of a dance, as she was rocked by her dad, Lorri Haines.

Lorri sang the Celine Dion classic It's All Coming Back To Me to the little one, who appeared to be enjoying the music as she had her eyes wide open for the entirety of the video.

As he finished singing, Lorri gave her a sweet kiss on the head to complete the gorgeous family moment.

Ferne, 33, shared the perfect video on her Instagram story and wrote: "Finty's first dance with Lozza's terrible singing" alongside a couple of laughing face emojis.

In the background of the video, Ferne can be heard laughing as her fiancee shares the moment with Finty, who was born in July.

As for Finty, she has an impressive head of hair, as her ginger locks could be seen sticking up at the back of her head.

Since welcoming Finty into the world, Ferne has been open about her birth story and adjusting to life as a four, with Ferne's eldest daughter, Summer.

Shortly after giving labour, Ferne spoke to OK! about her home birth, as she explained: "I got the home birth I wanted – however it’s nothing like how I imagined, and it didn’t go to plan."

However, she did say that the moment has been filmed for her show, Ferne McCann: First Time Mum, and she "can't wait" to share that with her fans.

In another chat with OK! later in July, Ferne explained how baby Summer adjusted to being a big sister.

She told us: "I was so worried about how Sunday would react to a sibling. It was just me and Sunday for such a long time. I didn’t want her to feel left out.

"Everyone was telling me to get Sunday a present from the baby. But she’s been so accepting of Finty."

However, it has not all been good online for the family, as Ferne was mum-shamed in August when she revealed Finty's nursery on Instagram.

She decided to go for a neutral colour scheme for the room, but she was hit with trolls who said that the beige palette was “bad” for her baby.

One person told her: "Babies need some colour to stimulate them. After your post yesterday about how beautiful it was quite shocked, but each to their own."

She did respond as she told her followers: "Don't get me wrong, I am here for other people's opinions, and I know that I am not going to please everyone, and it is fine for us not to love everything.

"That's fine, I get it. For goodness sake, I have got a reality show. I get the odd troll."

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