New mum Hanna Kinsella has seen the biggest events of her life documented on camera after joining the cast of The Real Housewives of Cheshire in 2018.

The 33-year-old cosmetic dentist married anti-ageing doctor Martin Kinsella in 2019 and this February the couple welcomed their first child, baby boy Maximus James.

After sharing her wedding and pregnancy journey on the ITV2 reality show, Hanna was back in front of the cameras two weeks after giving birth.

"He was two weeks old when the camera crew were in the house," she told us.

"You don't feel your best but it will be nice to have all of it documented.

"He was fine with the crew being there and he's a natural on camera.

"And the girls have all been so nice and supportive."

Hanna says she enjoyed the chance to glam up again for the cameras after giving birth.

Entrepreneur Hanna at work

"It was like it gave me a piece of me back," she said.

"It gave me an excuse to get dressed and get my makeup on and get out and about."

Hanna welcomed Max into the world by emergency caesarean section on February 20.

Announcing their baby's arrival on Instagram Hanna wrote: "Our lives are now complete...I have never felt love like it. Our baby boy has arrived safely into the world 20.02.2021."

On becoming a mum she said frankly: "It's a massive life change and it's hard.

"If I'm totally honest I didn't didn't expect it to be as hard - all the sleepless nights.

"But it's very rewarding.

Hanna runs her Icy Bear cosmetic brand from her apartment in Cheshire

"I had a lot of different advice from different people but I don't think you can really prepare until you become a mum yourself."

Viewers recently saw Hanna spend her first night away from Max for her birthday celebrations with the girls in the Lake District.

"I had one night away and I left him with my mum," she said.

"It gave them chance to bond. The grandmas are loving it."

Hanna, who runs Kiln Lane Dental Practice in St Helens, has also been busy expanding her new dental whitening brand Icy Bear, which she launched at the end of 2020, and she wants to launch a children's range.

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She currently runs the business from their Cheshire apartment, but is looking at taking on office space.

"We've got three products and it has really taken shape and grown arms and legs," she said.

"We're looking at expanding and need the space.

"It's grown online because people have been shopping online during lockdown."

Hanna wants to expand into the children's market with concerns over the number of tooth extractions in under five-year-olds being at a high.

"I've always been quite science minded," she said.

"And I always wanted to be able to help people."