Baby showers are a wonderful celebration right before a couple are expected to welcome their baby.

So one woman decided to leave guests gobsmacked as she walked into the get-together with her little tot.

Becky, 30, and her husband James Biddulph, 21, surprised family and friends with an early delivery by arriving with their adorable boy.

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The parents arrived at the bash on Sunday (26 June) with little Henley – who guests immediately mistook for a doll.

A video captured by pal Leanne Rowley shows the initial entrance with guests squealing in excitement.

The same clip was shared on TikTok, which gained thousands of views.

Guests of the party rushed over to greet the newborn as people approached gasping at the unexpected surprise.

One person said: "I told you she'd popped!"

A second added: "I thought you had a doll or something."

Having arrived two weeks early, Becky thought that it would make the "perfect" introduction.

She said: "With Henley being born so close to my baby shower, I just thought it would be the most perfect way to introduce him."

Becky added: "It was quite funny seeing everyone's faces in disbelief, thinking I was holding a doll.

"Once everyone had realised, it was brilliant! Funnily enough, we did the same for our wedding.

"We ended up having a lockdown wedding and we didn't even tell the girls until the night before.

"Everyone else was told the day after we were married! The whole day was just magical. I absolutely loved every second of it."

The mum-of-three, from Stoke-on-Trent, works in care as well as running two businesses, while James is a HGV driver.

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