They were pictured on the set of Home and Away with a baby back in May.
Now Sam Frost, 30, and Jake Ryan, 35, have been pictured filming with the little bundle of joy once again.
The pair were spotted shooting scenes for the long-running Australian soap at Sydney’s Palm Beach on Wednesday.
Sam, who plays Summer Bay newcomer Jasmine Delaney on the show, was seen affectionately nursing the newborn baby during the heartwarming scene.
The former Bachelorette looked every inch the yummy mummy in a thigh-skimming ensemble while she held the infant, who was swaddled in a cute polka-dot blanket.
The actress showed off her toned and bronzed physique in a plunging front-tie red blouse, denim cut-off shorts, and a pair of sneakers.
Sam embraced her maternal side on the day as she was seen showering the newborn with love and affection, while her co-star Lynne McGranger, better known as Irene Roberts, stood behind her in solidarity.
The veteran soap star’s heart appeared to melt as she was introduced to the adorable bub for the first time.
Elsewhere, Sam was seen walking alongside her on-screen husband, bad boy Robbo (Jake), while he pushed the baby’s pram.
Jake, who was clad in a casual khaki ensemble, appeared relaxed and at ease as he fulfilled his daddy duties throughout the scene.
Later, Sam was seen beaming from ear-to-ear while she introduced the bundle of joy to other Summer Bay residents during the scene.
Meanwhile in January, Sam and Jake were pictured on set shooting their wedding scenes.
Jasmine and Robbo have been involved in a love triangle with Penny McNamee’s character, Tori, who wants to have an IVF baby with Robbo.
It comes after Sam recently spoke about being a newcomer to acting and how much she’d loved working on the long-running soap.
Speaking to TV Week, she said: ‘I never in a million years could have imagined my career going the way that it has.’
‘To be a respected member of the cast has been amazing, and quite surreal. I grew up watching these incredible careers as a child, so I certainly do pinch myself every single day.’
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