Heidi Klum and Seal model the latest addition to their family

by hellofashion.com /

She might be just seven-weeks old, but Lou Sulola is already showing signs she's inherited star power from both her parents.

Heidi Klum and Seal's new baby daughter steals the show as she makes her debut in a series of beautiful home photos posted on each of the stars' websites.

In one of the four shots, the gorgeous little girl is seen resting on her mum's chest and in another is pictured sleeping on Heidi, surrounded by her three siblings; brothers Henry, four, Johan, three and five-year-old sister Leni.

And one intimate black and white photo shows her musician father adoringly gazing at his daughter.

The pictures are accompanied by Seal's song A Father's Way – recorded for the soundtrack for Will Smith's film The Pursuit Of Happiness.

On her website, 36-year-old Heidi has also posted a moving tribute to the couple's new baby.

"If you love your existing children with all of your heart, how then can one possibly find more heart with which to love another," she wrote.

"On Friday October ninth at 7.46pm, the answer to this question came in the form of our fourth child and second daughter.

"Lou Sulola was born and from the moment she looked into both of our eyes it was endless love at first sight.

"She is beautiful beyond words and we are happy that she chose to watch her grow over the coming years."

Seal and Heidi – who was back on the catwalk less than six weeks after having Lou – are regarded as having one of the happiest celebrity marriages.

They wed in Mexico in 2005, and recently Heidi legally changed her surname to her husband's last name of Samuel.

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