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Friday 29 August 2014

John Krasinski shows off baby pic

Emily Blunt became a mum in February

Emily Blunt's husband John Krasinski has shared - for the first time - a picture of their new daughter Hazel.

The couple tied the knot in Lake Como, Italy in 2010, and became parents in February.

John, who starred in the US version of The Office, posted on Twitter: "Pics of kids should only come direct from parents. So I'm thrilled to introduce you guys to Hazel!!!"

E! Online said that the picture, in which Hazel is dressed in a pink Ralph Lauren sleepsuit, is the first the couple have shared of their daughter.

British actress Emily is set to jet back into the public eye later this month, joining Tom Cruise to promote The Edge Of Tomorrow.

The co-stars are set to attend three movie premieres - in London, Paris and New York - all in 24 hours.

Emily has hinted that she wants a large family, saying before getting pregnant with Hazel: "We want to have children; I just don't know when yet. I'm just not sure about the timing of all of that. We're both from big families, so I think it's something we want."

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