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Emily Ratajkowski cradles her ‘tiny angel’ Sylvester in a mini dress during a park outing in NYC

Emily Ratajkowski cradles her ‘tiny angel’ Sylvester while donning a body-hugging mini dress on a park outing in NYC

Emily Ratajkowski called her newborn Sylvester aka Sly her ‘tiny angel,’ as she enjoyed a family outing at a park in NYC on Saturday. 

The 29-year-old model continued to show off her incredible post-baby body in a form fitting mini dress as she cradled the almost three-month old in a snap. 

She and husband Sebastian Bear-McClard announced the birth of their son on March 8 with a caption that read that their child had joined them ‘earth side.’ She has yet to reveal his face on social media. 

Angel baby: Emily Ratajkowski cradles her ‘tiny angel,’ Sylvester as she enjoys a family outing at a park in NYC on Saturday

In the photo Emily sat perched at the park in a lime green mini dress with white sneakers and stylish tortoise shell sunglasses. 

She softly smiled as she held Sly over her shoulder, and looked to be gently burping her ‘tiny angel’ who was dressed in a onesie with blue unicorns on it.  

Also present was her fur baby Colombo, and the model looked at ease to be in the company of her family on a beautiful spring weekend in the city. 

And though she has continued to share glimpses of her life as a first time mom, she has yet to reveal her baby’s face on social media — following the likes of Gigi Hadid.

Mom life: The model has been seen strolling around the city with Sly in recent weeks; pictured May 15

Mom life: The model has been seen strolling around the city with Sly in recent weeks; pictured May 15

Privacy: Emily has yet to reveal Sly's face to the world following the likes of Gigi Hadid

Privacy: Emily has yet to reveal Sly’s face to the world following the likes of Gigi Hadid 

After announcing her pregnancy through Vogue in October, she had very progressively said that they wouldn’t know the baby’s gender until he or she was 18. 

They had a gender neutral baby shower that was space themed for their ‘Bearata,’ and just weeks later she welcome Sylvester, sharing that his birth was the ‘most surreal, beautiful, and love-filled morning of [her] life.’  

And though she may not ever share his face with the world, she has certainly been showing off her post-baby body which has garnered outrage from some fans. 

In recent weeks she has been slipping her body into her Inamorata bathing suits to promote the product ahead of bikini season, but many have accused her of setting ‘unrealistic standards.’ 

Post-baby figure: In recent weeks she has been slipping her body into her Inamorata bathing suits to promote the product ahead of bikini season, but many have accused her of setting 'unrealistic standards'

Post-baby figure: In recent weeks she has been slipping her body into her Inamorata bathing suits to promote the product ahead of bikini season, but many have accused her of setting 'unrealistic standards'

Post-baby figure: In recent weeks she has been slipping her body into her Inamorata bathing suits to promote the product ahead of bikini season, but many have accused her of setting ‘unrealistic standards’

Recently Emily sold a photo of herself standing in front of a canvas with her bikini-clad image on it — a work that was appropriated by artist Richard Prince for one of his own exhibits in 2014. 

She purchased the piece with an ex-boyfriend for $80K shortly after the exhibit and in trying to use it as a sort of cultural capital, made the decision to auction it off as an NFT. 

The conceptual piece was sold at Christie’s on May 14 as a non-fungible token — a kind of digital asset which uses blockchain technology and cryptocurrency channels for verification and ownership —  and it sold for $175K after bidding began at $2K. 

‘The digital terrain should be a place where women can share their likeness as they choose, controlling the usage of their image and receiving whatever potential capital attached,’ she said of the decision to auction the work. 

Taking a stand: Recently Emily sold a photo of herself standing in front of a canvas with her bikini-clad image on it — a work that was appropriated by artist Richard Prince for one of his own exhibits in 2014

Taking a stand: Recently Emily sold a photo of herself standing in front of a canvas with her bikini-clad image on it — a work that was appropriated by artist Richard Prince for one of his own exhibits in 2014

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