April Oliver posted a picture of her newborn as she lay smiling in a hospital bed on Father’s Day.
The baby – who has not been named yet – could be seen sleeping peacefully with her tiny hand outstretched from beneath a blanket.
Ms Oliver has not confirmed when the baby was born but she posted the picture on Facebook today.
Around a dozen of people liked the picture just an hour after it was posted, including the baby’s grandmother Nicola Urquhart – Corrie’s mum.
The 21-year-old, of Downham Market, Norfolk, was taken to hospital two weeks ago after doctors feared the stresses of missing Corrie, 23, could harm the baby.
Ms Oliver revealed she was carrying Corrie’s firstborn two weeks after he disappeared on a night out with pals in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, last September.
But dad Martin McKeague claimed last month that Corrie knew she was pregnant just days before he went missing.
Cops believe that the missing RAF gunman is in a landfill site in Milton, Cambs., after CCTV footage released shows him entering a refuge area behind a Greggs.
His mobile phone was tracked following a similar route to that bin lorry – which was found to have carried the weight of a human body.
“We still feel confident that Corrie is in the landfill”
Police have been searching the site for more than 14 weeks and have sifted through 4,000 tonnes of waste.
The £1million search could move to an incinerator site if the body is not found as cops confirmed this week that they will be deciding on whether they will continue the search at the landfill site.
Police in Cambridgeshire search a landfill site in Milton, Cambridgeshire, for the body of missing serviceman Corry McKeague
Ms Urquhart, 48, wrote on the Find Corrie Facebook page on Friday: “We still feel confident that Corrie is in the landfill the methods Suffolk Police are using will him.”
Anyone with information about his disappearance is asked to call the incident room at Suffolk Police on 01473 782019.
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