Siti Nurhaliza shares first snapshot of newborn daughter

PETALING JAYA: Songstress Datuk Seri Siti Nurhaliza Tarudin has shared the first official snapshot of her newborn daughter on her Instagram page, a week after she was born.

Updated: Siti Nurhaliza introduces baby girl Siti Aafiyah Khalid to the world

Dressed in a pale green dress, with white mittens and a white headband, the adorable newborn was pictured sleeping contently.

Siti announced that she and her husband Datuk Seri Khalid Mohamad Jiwa will be unveiling their daughter's name to the public in a traditional ceremony at their home in Bukit Antarabangsa.

The 39-year-old singer said that her daughter's name reveal can be watched live on her official YouTube account on Sunday night.

She has been referring to her daughter by a temporary name Fatimah Az-Zahra, which is the name of Prophet Muhammad's daughter.

Siti gave birth to her daughter on March 19, which is also the date of birth of Prophet Muhammad (1 Rejab on the Islamic calender).

The arrival of the baby marked the end of the singer and her husband Datuk Seri Khalid Mohamad Jiwa's 11-year wait for a child.

The couple tied the knot in Aug 2006.

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