Family news News & Gossip Snap-happy celeb mums share family pics on Twitter As the sun came out, so did the celeb's cameras! Proud mums Jessica Alba, Hilary Duff, Stacey Solomon, Michelle Heaton and Una Healy went gaga over cute smiles, cheeky poses and play-time fun... 1 of Ad break Aoife Belle strikes a poseUna Healy and Ben Foden's 2-month-old daughter Aoife Belle is proving she's a dab hand at being photographed. Una told her Twitter followers she felt bad leaving her "gorgeous" Aofie Belle to celebrate her hen night, but joked AB is a "Little poser". Haven's proud momentJessica Alba and Cash Warren's youngest daughter, 9-month-old Haven, looks like a cat that's got the cream. Jessica tweeted this gorgeous intimate moment, adding, "Someone's very proud of herself." We'd be proud of a cheeky grin like that, too! Luca looking thoughtfulHilary Duff and Mike Comrie's 2-month-old son Luca seemingly has a lot on his mind. Hilary shared this snap with her Twitter followers with the caption, "Deep thinking". With reports Luca's just experienced his first trip on a private jet, perhaps he's musing over his next trip, or he could be wondering why his mum always has a camera... Stacey Solomon's eldest gets coolStacey Solomon gave birth to baby Leighton just two weeks ago, but big brother Zachary proves he's got the cool factor in this Twitter pic. What a dude in those shades! Continue slideshow > Michelle Heaton's nursery additionMichelle Heaton showed off a unique canvas she's had made for daughter Faith's nursery. The pretty pink print celebrates all the details of Faith's birth, including her "little itty bitty clothes". Michelle's also been tweeting about Faith reaching her bubble-blowing milestone, so watch this space for an update... By Emma Daly Comments Daily deals from top retailers Latest on MadeForMums 14 internet and text slang terms every parent should know Mum breastfeeding between contractions - captured on camera This mum's adorable selfie with her toddler isn't what it seems Is it time to end the 'nightmare' of parents' evenings?