Dr Oz's Granddaughter Gigi Smiles in Her Sleep in Pic Shared by 'the Dish on Oz' Host Mom Daphne
Daphne Oz posted the cutest photo of her months old baby, Gigi, who slept soundly while smiling: "It feels good to be a baby."
"The Dish" co-host, Daphne Oz, melted hearts with the latest Instagram photo of her daughter, Giovanna "Gigi" Ines Jovanovic. The one-month-old baby looked adorable as she slept soundly with a slight smile across her face.
"Damn it feels good to be a baby," Oz captioned the post.
Many fans and followers of the host took to the comment section their sweet words for baby Gigi, calling her "beautiful like her siblings" and wishing her "sweet dreams" as she slept.
The host welcomed her fourth child over a month ago, on August 14, but the world came to know of Oz's baby's gender through a unique gender reveal on her father, Dr. Mehmet Oz's new show, "The Dish on Oz."
"I have never yet seen a gender reveal done this way," Oz said. "They put this ridiculous cheesy twist on lasagna. So inside this lasagna is either blue or pink cheesy layers. That's how you figure out what you're having."
She and her husband, John Jovanovic, have three other children: Jovan Jr., 3 ½, Philomena Bijou, 5, and Domenica Celine, 20-months-old. Days before welcoming Gigi, Oz told PEOPLE that it was then her "hardest pregnancy physically."
"[I'm] trying to feel good in my skin, whether it's finding little ways to take care of myself or finding clothes that fit in a way that makes me feel good, has made a big difference," she said.
Despite the challenges that came during the pregnancy, Oz didn't face it alone as her supportive husband stood by her the whole time, managing both work and family.
During an interview with Bravado Designs, the host revealed that although her husband was not a "huge cook," he started making her dishes after coming "home from the hospital."
The two tied the knot on August 28, 2010, at a Manhattan Municipal Marriage Bureau, and was officiated by Blanca Martinez, staff at the office. They had another ceremony at a Serbian Church in Portland, Maine, and another at the home of Oz's grandparents.