Gigi Hadid gave everyone a rare glimpse of her baby daughter Khai and fans were over the moon.

The supermodel, 25, shares her daughter with singer Zayn Malik, 28, and took to Instagram to celebrate her turning seven months old.

She shared two snaps of Khai wearing Versace joggers and a zip-up sweatshirt as the little one played with the laces on her tiny Doc Marten boots.

“Can’t believe my baby is 7 months this week,” she captioned the post which has Khai’s face cropped out.

Her famous pals and her fans were excited about a new picture of Khai and took to the post to comment.

“Baby Khai is growing up fast, @gigihadid!!” Donatella Versace commented. “A very Versace baby, just like you.”

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Khai was decked out in Versace

“Cutieeeee.” actress Lily Aldridge said.

Meanwhile, many fans and friends commented on how quickly time has flown by.

According to Vogue, Gigi welcomed Khai at her family’s ranch in Bucks Country Pennsylvania with Zayn, her mum Yolanda Hadid, her sister Bella, a midwife and her assistant by her side.

She originally planned to give birth in a hospital in New York City, but when coronavirus restrictions put a limit on the number of people in the delivery suite, the model decided to stay at home.

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Gigi welcomed her daughter in August last year
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Khai was enjoying playing with her laces

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Speaking about her labour for the first time in February, Gigi even told Vogue magazine how it lasted 14 hours and she went without an epidural, describing herself as an 'animal woman'.

"I had to dig deep,” she told the fashion bible. "There was definitely a point where I was like, I wonder what it would be like with an epidural, how it would be different.

"My midwife was like, ‘You’re doing it. No one can help you. You’re past the point of epidural anyway, so you’d be pushing exactly the same way in a hospital bed.'"