Amy jackson son lockdown

One of the biggest joys of being a mother is to see your heart beat outside your body. Actress-model Amy Jackson is enjoying every minute of her motherhood. And the lovely pictures of her son Andreas that she has been posting on her Instagram handles will make you want to reach out and squeeze his cute cheeks.

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Amy and her fiance George Panayiotou became parents to a son in September last year. Ever since then, the ‘2.0’ actress has been treating her fans and followers with some of the most precious moments shared with son Andreas. A few days back, Amy had posted several pics with her son and she captioned them as, “Days like this… ✨ covered in coconut sun cream & overloaded with cuddles. Perfection.” Well, amidst the lockdown, what more one could have asked for?

In those pics, wearing a bikini, the actress can be seen soaking in the sun along with her cute lil son. You can have a look at her pics below:

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In her another post, she can be seen soothing her son while he cutely looks on. The actress captioned the video as, “Infinite love ♾ #lockdownbuddies.”

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Sharing pics of her Easter celebration amidst the lockdown, Amy had posted some endearing pics of her son. Alongside the pics she wrote, “We get two Easter celebrations in our house! It was Andreas’ first Greek Easter but it just wasn’t the same without our family around us. Every year we get together and eat wayyyy too much then we play games and listen to Yiayia’s stories about the good old days in Cyprus. We’re going to have EASTER ROUND 3 once the lockdown is lifted – what’s going to be the first thing you do?”

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In early 2019, Amy had revealed that she was dating George Panayiotou. The two got engaged on May 6, 2019, and welcomed son, Andreas in September.

Also Read: Amy Jackson celebrates her first Mother’s Day in the UK with son Andreas; says, “Life before him was meaningless”