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Kristin Cavallari shares baby picture

KRISTIN Cavallari has shared the first picture of her daughter online.

The 28-year-old beauty - who gave birth to little Saylor James on November 23 - was sad to miss her high school reunion at the weekend but admitted cuddles from the latest addition to her family more than made up for the disappointment.

Kristin - who also has sons Camden, three, and Jaxon, 17 months, with husband Jay Cutler - shared a picture of herself wearing a hat and cuddling her little girl, who was wrapped in a pink blanket with her back to the camera, on Instagram yesterday.

She wrote alongside the photo: "Really sad about missing my 10 year high school reunion last many people I wanted to see...but at least I have a good excuse (sic)"

Before welcoming Saylor into the world, the former 'Hills' star previously admitted the thought of raising her growing brood "kind of scares her".

She explained: "I'm not going to lie, three kids kind of scares me. I'm going to be alone with three children a lot, but we're just going to figure it out.

"[Camden is] really sweet, so I'm just hoping that he'll be my little helper and help me out as much as possible."

She also admitted she was looking forward to have a nursery where "everything is pink".

She shared: "Everyone's really excited. I'm already getting the nursery ready! I didn't think I would be a big 'pink' girl but everything is pink. There's a chandelier. I'm getting all the pink and purple clothes.

"I'm just excited to have a little mini me and now I have someone that I can give all of my stuff to, which is great."

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