put on an adorable display with her daughter Sienna at a coffee shop on Tuesday, and ensured to post the heart-warming snaps to Instagram.

The former star, 32, clinked her coffee cup against the 20-month-old’s during their outing to Flying Horse in Kensington.

Wrapping up in a cream wool sweater, the reality star cut a trendy figure while framing her face with a pair of brown-rimmed sunglasses.

Cute: Millie Mackintosh put on an adorable display with her daughter Sienna at a London coffee shop on Tuesday, and ensured to post the heart-warming snaps to Instagram

Her offspring, who she shares with husband Hugo Taylor, nailed winter chic in a white padded coat, which she accessorised with a pink bobble hat with strings.

In her caption, Millie wrote: ‘I took my biggest little one for her first babyccino ☕️.’

She recently detailed her struggles with mastitis – an inflammation of breast tissue common when breastfeeding.

And the influencer gave an update on her condition on Instagram on Monday where she told how breastfeeding was ‘making her cry in pain’.

Doting mum: The former Made In Chelsea star, 32, clinked her coffee cup against the 20-month-old’s during their outing to Flying Horse in Kensington

Happy: Her offspring, who she shares with husband Hugo Taylor, nailed winter chic in a white padded coat, which she accessorised with a pink bobble hat with strings

Milestone: In her caption, Millie wrote: ‘I took my biggest little one for her first babychino ☕️’

Millie – who gave birth to her second daughter Aureliá ten weeks ago – also said she feels there is a ‘lot of pressure put on mums to just keep going’ even if they run into difficulties.

She revealed in her long and candid post that she was now on antibiotics for the condition and had been to the physio who helped break down the blockage.

She penned: ‘If you’ve seen any of my recent stories then you will know breastfeeding has been a little tricky for me recently.My milk supply suddenly slowed down, one boob stopped refilling between feeds and the other developed a blocked duct which got infected and turned into mastitis.

Difficult: She recently detailed her struggles with mastitis – an inflammation of breast tissue common when breastfeeding

‘Thank you for all the kind messages with your tips and advice.I’ve heard just about everything from using a vibrator or electric toothbrush to break down the blockage and getting your other half to suck it out (safe to say, Hugo wasn’t up for that! When you cherished this informative article in addition to you want to receive details about kombi Servisi kindly check out our web site. ).

‘A lot of you also said to have a hot shower or bath and to massage the area, to put savoy cabbage leaves from the fridge inside my bra, (I find frozen peas really help) epsom salts with hot water in a haakaa pump and even dangle feeding the baby on all fours!’

The Mother-of-two continued: ‘I am on antibiotics I as started to feel a bit feverish, but I also saw a women’s physio who used an ultrasound machine to break down the blockage.I’ve been trying lots of your suggestions as well as feeding regularly even when it’s made me cry in pain.

Tough: And the influencer gave an update on her condition on Instagram on Monday where she told how breastfeeding was ‘making her cry in pain’

‘The area is still sore but it’s not bright red and hot anymore, so I’m hoping we’re on the mend and my supply has picked up again. I’m not sure how much longer I will continue breastfeeding, I have started combi feeding by introducing formula once or twice a day.’

She signed off by saying: ‘I do feel there is a lot of pressure put on mums to just keep going and stick with it but I told myself I wouldn’t make any decisions on a bad day and ultimately I know I’ve got to do what’s best for Kombi Servisi both Aurelia and Kombi Servisi myself.As a happy Mum means a happy baby and however she is fed it will be with love!’

According to MayoClinic, mastitis most commonly affects women who are breastfeeding, but it can also occur in women who aren’t breastfeeding and in men.

Symptoms of mastitis include breast pain, swelling, warmth and redness, and Kombi Servisi fever and chills.

It is normally caused by bacteria from the skin’s surface or from a baby’s mouth entering the milk ducts through a crack in the skin of the nipple.

Stagnant milk in a breast that isn’t emptied provides a breeding ground for the bacteria, which is why it often develops when a woman has clogged milk ducts.

Milk ducts can become clogged due to poor drainage, according to Healthline.You might experience one if your breast isn’t completely emptied after a feed, if your baby skips a feed, Kombi Servisi or if you’re under stress.

Speaking out: Millie – who gave birth to her second daughter Aureliá ten weeks ago – also said she feels there is a ‘lot of pressure put on mums to just keep going’ even if they run into difficulties (pictured with Hugo)