Dr Oz's Daughter Daphne Shares Photo of Her Eldest Child Meeting Baby Gigi for the First Time
Daphne Oz share's the first pictures of her newborn daughter meeting her husband and the rest of her family.
The former co-host for “The Chew” and daughter to television personality, Dr. Mehmet Oz, welcomed her fourth child, on August 14.
After giving birth to her daughter, Giovanna “Gigi” Ines Jovanovic, she was joined in the hospital by her husband, John Jovanovic. The couple’s daughters, Philomena Jovanovic and Domenica Jovanovic, and their son Jovan Jovanovic were also there to welcome baby “Gigi.” Sharing the news on Instagram she writes:
“Our beautiful girl is here!! Giovanna Ines Jovanovic (Gigi!!) joined our family Wednesday, August 14, 2019 at 9:03pm and our hearts and hospital bed have never been so full.”
Cradling her baby under her gown, Oz share's pictures of herself surrounded by her children in a hospital bed.
Some of her famous celebrity friends and her father were amongst the first people to congratulate her.
In a post thanking everyone for all their well wishes, she shares another photo from her hospital bed, saying:
“Thank you so much for celebrating with us!! we’re home now and settling in to life as a family of 6 this was when my biggest and my littlest met for the first time.”
The proud mother is shown cradling her two daughters, with Gigi resting peacefully on her chest.
Oz has been very public with her pregnancy often sharing some personal moments on Instagram and on television with audiences. Most notably, she shared her gender reveal on her father’s new show, “The Dish on Oz.”
When sliced the lasagne contained a pink filling, revealing to audiences that she was expecting a girl.
“I decided to share it with all of you because the female body is worth so much more than objectification, scrutiny, comparison, hatred...we do so much in this skin.”
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✨🍯✨well...we are very close now. 193lbs (so my doctor tells me - i don’t own a scale). definitively not all baby. taking this picture last night, it was just going to be for our family - i have collages of each baby growing in my belly and try to write myself little reminders of what it felt like to know their movements and the excitement of holding them inside me before I got to know the actual people that would emerge. but i decided to share it with all of you because the female body is worth so much more than objectification, scrutiny, comparison, hatred...we do so much in this skin. we all have complex relationships with the history of how we get comfortable living in and owning it. mine has been a long, winding journey forward and back and forward again. and then there are moments like this that are a perfect duality: heavy and light, exhausted and exhilarated, unrecognizable and yet distinctly me (plus someone else). these last few weeks of pregnancy have gone so fast and slow and it got me thinking about a lot. i feel like you guys think these thoughts too. BIG LOVE!!❤️
The mother of four has certainly embraced all the ups and downs of motherhood. Her honesty is refreshing and makes her even more relatable to audiences.