Christina Perri shares an adorable Photo of Newborn Daughter Carmella

News by Alex Supertramp Published on 11 Mar,2018 Updated on 11 Mar,2018

Recently, the ‘Jar of Hearts’ singer, Christina Perri shared an adorable picture of her baby girl after two months of her birth.

The picture was taken by New York photographer, Zoe Hiigli.

CAPTION: Christina Perri's newborn Daughter SOURCE: Instagram

The picture has her little daughter, Carmella Stanley Constable, sleeping in sound which she shared on Instagram and captioned it:

Our little angel, Carmella Stanley Costabile she arrived perfectly on January 17th every day with her has been the best day. she is always smiling. she is pure joy & magic. we are so blessed & so in love!

The photo was later seen on the social wall of the photographer which he shared via Instagram accolading himself for having taken the picture of the sensation singer’s daughter.he captioned it:

Blessed with the honor of photographing @christinaperri and @paulcostabile ’s daughter! Gorgeous Carmella is all rolled up like a sweet cannoli!

On January 17 this year, Christina's husband, Paul Costabile, shared a black and white picture of the family of three cuddling which he captioned:

The greatest gift we've ever known !!! Welcome to the world Carmella Stanley Costabile born today. Mom and our little Principessa are doing great. Dad can't stop crying!

Christina Perri and Paul Costabile tied the knot in December last year in New York city also marking and celebrating 4 years of their first meeting with each other. Paul took on social media to share the news of their marriage. He wrote:


He further mentioned about their first meet the same day 4 years back. He added:

"4 years ago today I met my dream girl in this room. 4 years later today I married my dream girl and best friend. Pretty sure I'm the proudest I've EVER been to be able to call the most Bellissima person + woman I've ever known now my wife!!!"

In the early summer, it was disclosed that the newlywed couple was expecting in early 2018.