Aw! Sam Faiers’ tribute to Paul on his first birthday is ADORABLE

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Former TOWIE star Sam Faiers took to Instagram today to share a gorgeous photo of her son, Pau,l on his first birthday (we can't believe he is one already either!).

The 25-year-old paid tribute to her "best friend" in a post that has been liked more than 32K times, and uploaded a gorgeous photo of her son as a newborn.  

Captioning the photo, she wrote: "Happy 1st birthday my beautiful baby. This has been the most amazing time of my life."

"You are our world. I can't describe in words my feelings for you. You are the happiest, cuddliest, cutest baby I know.

"Thank you for making us so proud Paul."

Not surprisingly, Sam's 1.6 million-strong following were quick to wish the youngster a happy birthday.

"Aww happy first birthday Paul! Beautiful boy and a beautiful family!" wrote one, while another commented: "Gosh he's such a gorgeous baby!"

The author, who has been in a relationship with Paul Knightley since 2014, is clearly adoring every minute of motherhood, even after a hectic and, at times, controversial few months.

 

Happy 1st birthday our beautiful baby Paul

A photo posted by Samantha Faiers (@samanthafaiers1) on

In an interview with TV Extra, the reality star previously said: “It’s been a heck of a few months but it’s also been amazing, and I have enjoyed every moment of it…I feel so settled into motherhood already.”

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