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Lauren Conrad cuddles baby Liam in family Christmas card

They welcomed their first child, William ‘Liam’ James, to the world on July 5.

So naturally the adorable tot took center stage on Lauren Conrad and William Tell’s Holiday card this year.

The 31-year-old reality star and author shared the cute snap of the card on Instagram on Saturday… with just two days to go before the big day.

‘We finally got our act together and sent out a Holiday card’: Lauren Conrad shared this cute card showing her and husband William Tell cuddling baby Liam on Saturday

Lauren jokingly captioned it: ‘We finally got our act together and sent out a Holiday card this year!

‘But we also managed to kill our Christmas tree in 2 weeks… so there’s that.’

The proud mama and papa are seen cuddling baby William with the words ‘Love, The Tells’ along the bottom as a hand puts the card in an envelope.

What baby? The 31-year-old reality star and author showed off her slender post-baby body at the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic at Will Rogers State Historic Park on October 14, in LA

What baby? The 31-year-old reality star and author showed off her slender post-baby body at the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic at Will Rogers State Historic Park on October 14, in LA

The snap appeared to have been taken when the Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County star still had her longer, blonde bob.

So it must have been shot before December 12 when Lauren showed off a dramatically shorter ‘do at the grand opening of the Kellogg’s NYC cereal cafe.

She and law school graduate William, 37, a former musician, met in February 2012.

New look: Lauren showed off a dramatically shorter 'do at the grand opening of the Kellogg's NYC cereal cafe in New York on December 12

New look: Lauren showed off a dramatically shorter ‘do at the grand opening of the Kellogg’s NYC cereal cafe in New York on December 12

They tied the knot in September 2014, just two-and-a-half years later. 

Shortly after Liam arrived, she dished to People: ‘I always hoped I would have a boy. Boys are so fun. I was a tomboy, and I always play best with boys. When we found out, I was so excited.’

Waiting for the birth to learn the sex of the baby was not for Lauren, who added: ‘I don’t really love surprises. I like to have all the information.’

 



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