September 13, 2019
The beautiful mother of four and her children looked adorable in a new picture she posted on her Instagram page. The post was made by Daphne to lend her support to the “Awesome Challenge” initiative.
Nutrition Author and Television show host, Daphne Oz is a beautiful woman, who like her parents, Dr. Oz and Lisa Lemole, has four lovely children.
The 33-year-old nursing mother recently joined the trending awesome challenge, posting a beautiful picture of herself and her children all dressed in white.
The Emmy award-winning television host shared a lovely picture of herself nursing her baby girl. Surrounding the host were her three other children, all seated a little away from the star.
Daphne followed the post with a beautiful caption, detailing how awesome she felt being the mother of her children. She wrote that being surrounded by her children makes her confident.
She added that performing some activities with them and watching them grow and develop into their wonderful selves is awesome.
The New York Times Best Selling author then went on to draw awareness to #TheAwesomeChallenge started by "Rockets of Awesome" which will donate a complete back-to-school outfit for every Baby2Baby Charity Organization child in need of help.
Daphne Oz recently gave birth to her baby daughter, Giovanna in August. She shared the moment her eldest daughter, Philomena, 5, met her newly born sister for the first time on her Instagram page.
In her caption to the post, Daphne thanked all her friends and followers for celebrating with them, adding that she was now home with Giovanna and settling into life as a family of six.
Daphne’s other children are three-year-old son, Jovan Jr. and 20-month-old daughter, Domenica. Daphne is married to John Jovanovic.
The “MasterChef Junior” judge is happy to have safely delivered her fourth child, but once admitted that the pregnancy was the most difficult of all.
Daphne made this known while speaking to PEOPLE as she prepared to welcome Giovanna. The mother of four said then that it was physically her hardest pregnancy, but that her strive to feel good in her skin made a big difference.
The mother-of-four also remained active and ate as healthy as possible to ease the difficulties she faced.