Michaella McCollum offers fans a look at her six-month-old twin sons
Proud mother Michaella McCollum offers fans a look at her six-month-old twin sons Raphael and Rio as she has them baptised
- Michaella McCollum showed off her six-month-old twin sons on Instagram
- She posed with sons Raphael and Rio at their baptism over the weekend
- McCollum shot to notoriety as one half of the Peru Two drug mules in 2013
- She has become something of a social media star and often posts on Instagram
Proud mother Michaella McCollum showed off her six-month-old twins on Instagram.
The mother-of-two, of Northern Ireland, shared snaps of sons Rio and Raphael from their baptism over the weekend.
Former jailbird McCollum, who shot to notoriety in 2013 as one half of the ‘Peru Two’ drug mules, posted the image with the simple caption: ‘My Beautiful little boys,’ adding a heart emoji.
Proud: Michaella McCollum showed off six-month-old twin sons Rio and Raphael in two photos taken at their baptism over the weekend, pictured, much to the delight of Instagram followers
The images show McCollum holding a baby in each arm as they pose for photos in the church.
McCollum wears a cream roll-neck vest top and high-waisted tan trousers while her sons are dressed in traditional all-white outfits.
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The post was met with praise from followers, with one writing: ‘Awww beautiful hope you have the best day with your special beautiful boys.’
Another commented: ‘They are so beautiful take after there mummy.’
McCollum, who welcomed her sons in May, has not revealed the identity of their father.
Hands full! McCollum holds a baby in each arm as they pose for photos in the church. She wears a roll-neck vest top and high-waisted trousers while her sons are dressed in all-white
Gushing: McCollum, who shot to notoriety in 2013 as one half of the ‘Peru Two’, posted the image with the simple caption: ‘My Beautiful little boys,’ adding a heart emoji
But she has posted snaps on Instagram with a mystery man – thought to be her boyfriend – omitting his face from the pictures
On confirming her pregnancy earlier this year, her agent said: ‘Michaella is looking forward to her journey into motherhood.
‘Couple this with the excitement of her book release and 2018 is set to be an amazing year for Michaella.’
Adoring: The family photos were met with praise from McCollum’s Instagram followers
She went on to share a number of photos documenting her pregnancy and frequently updates followers with pictures of her sons.
McCollum made headlines in 2013 when she was arrested in Peru alongside Melissa Reid.
The pair had travelled to the country from Ibiza, where they had been employed by a drug-dealing gang to smuggle cocaine £1.5million worth of cocaine across the world.
Private: McCollum, who welcomed her sons in May, has not revealed the identity of their father. She shared this photo appearing to show herself with a mystery man in January
They were caught arriving at Lima airport and sentenced to six years and eight months inside a grim jail in the Peruvian capital.
However, they were released after serving three years, with McCollum returning to Northern Ireland in June 2016.
Since her release from prison, McCollum has become something of a public figure, attending events and escaping the chilly British weather on a string of sun-kissed holidays last summer.
By contrast her former accomplice Reid landed a charity job at Citizens Advice after she was released from jail in South America in June 2016.
McCollum was also reportedly offered £250,000 for a tell-all book deal detailing her criminal exploits and time behind bars in Lima, although no details of the publication have been released.
Notorious: McCollum (left) made headlines in 2013 when she was arrested in Peru alongside Melissa Reid (right). The pair were later dubbed the ‘Peru Two’ by the press
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