Leona Lewis enjoys sunny day out with new baby and husband – and their giant dog

Leona Lewis enjoys sunny day out with new baby and husband – and their giant dog

June 21, 2023

Singer Leona Lewis, who welcomed her first baby daughter into the world with her husband Dennis Jaunch last summer, looked cool and casual as she stepped out with her family and their dog.

The stylish mum opted for some lose fitted black pants paired with white trainers and an oversized denim jacket. She accessorised with a black satchel bag and had her hair pinned up into a bun.

The former X Factor winner and her family enjoyed some time out in the sun as they sat on a bench with their daughter Carmel in a grey pram.

Leona was accompanied by her giant dog, who is so big it could be mistaken as a small horse from a distance, as they walked together before the pooch sat quietly next to the family.

Leona and her professional dancer husband, who wed in a romantic ceremony in a Tuscan Vineyard in 2019, announced the safe arrival of their baby girl last year as they shared a gorgeous photograph of the newborn writing alongside it: "And then there were three, our little Carmel Allegra arrived 22.7.22," with a pink heart emoji.

Since then Leona has opened up to her fans about suffering from postpartum anxiety after giving birth and how she has managed it.

Speaking on Loose Women earlier this month, she said: "When I had my baby I got a bit of postpartum anxiety, which is like this intense worry about the baby and the baby’s health, and it kind of starts to take over everyday living."

Sharing how she coped with this anxiety, Leona explained: "So talking about it really helped because it made me feel way less alone.

"I know a lot of women go through it but at first you're kind feeling like the only one, like 'is this normal' but it is normal."

Fans were quick to praise Leona for speaking so openly about her struggles, with one writing: "So important to talk about this. There are ridiculous expectations for new mums. As wonderful as it can be, it is also exhausting, sore and can be worrying. It’s great to see young mums in the public eye talking about it. Please do talk to your midwife, health visitor or GP if you are struggling."

Another wrote: "This helps me to breathe a bit more! It’s so helpful when people speak out, because it can be a lonely place and exhausting having all these confusing thoughts!"

And a third added: "I had this with my first second I noticed the difference and now starting to feel myself again slowly mine are 4,2 now more women need to talk about it more openly it helps x."

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