Rochelle Pangilinan has finally given her Instagram followers a glimpse of her baby girl.

The photo, which was uploaded on March 2, showed her husband Arthur Solinap gazing at their baby.

The 36-year-old mom captioned it "My life <3"

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Rochelle, however, did not mention when the photo was taken.

On Thursday, February 28, the Kapuso actress posted a photo of Arthur wearing the same outfit.

On March 3, Rochelle uploaded a close up photo of her little bundle of joy taken the day after she was born. She also captioned it with the baby's full name, Shiloh Jayne Pangilinan Solinap.

In an interview with PEP.ph in January, she mentioned that the name Shiloh was one of their options for their baby girl, among several others.

"Ang gusto ni [Arthur] kasi, Shiloh. 'His gift' ang meaning niya sa Bible.

"Ang gusto ko naman, marami. Elisha. Gusto ko 'yung Elisha sana.

"Then gusto ko 'yung Bliss kasi, perfect joy, supreme joy."

The couple first announced Rochelle's pregnancy in August of 2018, one year after their wedding.

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Rochelle gave birth to their baby girl via cesarean section oFebruary 24, Sunday, at The Medical City in Ortigas, Pasig City.

With additional reporting by the Femalenetwork.com editors.

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