Little Pearl Osbourne inherits the family's love of bling
22 OCTOBER 2012
She's only five months old, but Pearl Osbourne seems to have already inherited the family's love of all things bling.
The sweet little girl can be seen wearing what looks like a huge emerald set in gold on her finger in an adorable snap posted by her mum Lisa Stelly.
The accompanying caption read: "Don't be fooled by the rocks that I got, I'm still pearly from the block!"
Twenty-six-year-old Lisa had adapted the words of Jennifer Lopez's hit Jenny From the Block.
As well as the funny shot Lisa – wife of reality TV star Jack Osbourne - also posted a picture of her daughter all dressed up for October 31.
"My little strawberry is all ready for Halloween," she wrote in the caption.
There was also a mother-daughter shot of the duo "enjoying Sunday play time". And a close up of Pearl in a swing which simpley read: "my gorgeous girl".
Another pic showed the little cherub wearing her "favourite shirt" - a little top emblazoned with "no!"
Lisa and Pearl have just returned from Hawaii, where her wedding to Jack took place.
The couple and their baby girl were joined by Jack's parents Sharon and Ozzy and his sister Kelly for an intimate and romantic ceremony, with the pictures appearing exclusively in HELLO! magazine.
Pearl was born in April, just under a year after her parents first met. They had been dating for three months when Lisa found out she was pregnant, and Jack admitted it was a bit of a shock.
"I think I responded with 'That's interesting'," he told HELLO! of the moment Lisa broke it to him. "What do you say? If we'd been trying for two years, of course you'd be like 'Awesome!' But we met in May and found out in August."
But when he got his head around the idea of fatherhood the 25-year-old was thrilled, and was overcome with emotion when his daughter made her entrance.
"People say when you have a kid it’s like instant love, but unless you've experienced it, it's impossible to comprehend," he told us.
"The moment I saw her I felt more love than I'd ever felt for anything. It was the weirdest, most overwhelming thing."