A Look Inside Millie Mackintosh’s Lavish Birthday Party For Daughter Sienna

All the photos from the extravagant first birthday bash.

 

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Millie Mackintosh and husband Hugo Taylor celebrated the first birthday of their daughter Sienna over the weekend.

Welcoming their daughter during a global pandemic and subsequently, celebrating her first birthday with the UK still in lockdown and slowly easing restrictions, the pair made sure to give their tot a party to remember at home, and totally fit for a princess.

Transforming their London home into a pink paradise, proud parents Millie and Hugo got a large balloon installation made as a backdrop for photos, covered in flowers and pink hues, while the little girl also had a matching pink flower cake custom made for the day and the most adorable tee-pee to play in, in matching colours, of course.

 

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“Happy Birthday my darling Sienna! Part of me can’t believe you’re a year old as time has gone so quickly, whilst the other half of me can’t remember a time without you.

“The past year has been the best of my life and even in these strange times I wouldn’t have had it any other way,” mum Mille wrote online.

 

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Adding that “being your Mummy will always be my greatest achievement,” it’s safe to say that Millie is reflecting back on a tough but incredible year welcoming her daughter into the world and learning how to navigate life by her side.

 

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Following Sienna’s arrival, Millie openly spoke about suffering from post-natal depression, noting that it lasted longer then she expected.

“It lasted for the first couple of weeks and it happened quite a lot; most days I’d say. It was difficult because I’d think, ‘shouldn’t I feel happy right now?’ And I did feel happy, just not all the time. You’re very overtired as well,” she explained to RTÉ.

 

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Continuing, Millie added:

“When I got out of it, I felt so relieved and now it feels like a distant memory. But at the time, I remember really worrying it might not pass, or that I wouldn’t be able to care for Sienna. I got myself into a really anxious thought cycle around it.”

Now, a year down the line, Millie and Hugo were happy to celebrate their daughter’s first year and the beautiful family they’ve created, popping some rosé and celebrating over the long weekend.

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