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Jesinta Franklin is a model mother as she dotes on her son Rocky in a stunning photoshoot


Jesinta Franklin cradles four-month-old son Rocky as she poses in an ethereal gown for the cover of Marie Claire magazine

Jesinta Franklin (née Campbell) has graced the cover of Marie Clarie magazine’s August edition in a stunning shoot featuring her newborn son Rocky. 

The 29-year-old model and wife of footy star Lance ‘Buddy’ Franklin, cut an etherial figure as she posed with the four-month-old cradled in her arms. 

Dressed in a floaty, animal-print dress, Jesinta looked effortlessly chic as she posed by a lake.  

Cover girl: Jesinta Franklin, 29, has graced the cover of Marie Clarie magazine’s August edition in a stunning shoot featuring her newborn son Rocky

Jesinta, who also shares one-year-old daughter Tullulah with Buddy, completed her look with a designer bracelet, and styled her chestnut hair in loose waves. 

Rocky, whose face was not visible in the shot, was meanwhile wrapped up in a brown blanket.  

Sharing a photo from the stunning shoot with her 377,000 Instagram followers on Sunday, Jesinta wrote to Instagram: ‘It is not lost on me how lucky I am to be able share things that are important to me and my family on such a public platform.’

Privacy: During her interview with Marie Claire, Jesinta explained why fans won't see the faces of her two young children any time soon

Privacy: During her interview with Marie Claire, Jesinta explained why fans won’t see the faces of her two young children any time soon 

She continued: ‘I have always endeavoured to use my privilege for good’.

During her interview with Marie Claire, Jesinta explained why fans won’t see the faces of her two young children any time soon.  

‘It is a bit about privacy but for us it is not about hiding them,’ she told the magazine. 

Keeping things to themselves: 'We share photos with our family and friends all of the time. It is just about being respectful to their privacy and if they get to 13 or 14 and don't care if we show their faces, great' she said

Keeping things to themselves: ‘We share photos with our family and friends all of the time. It is just about being respectful to their privacy and if they get to 13 or 14 and don’t care if we show their faces, great’ she said 

‘I think every parent is just so proud of their children and wants to show them off at any chance that they can get. 

‘We share photos with our family and friends all of the time. It is just about being respectful to their privacy and if they get to 13 or 14 and don’t care if we show their faces, great’. 

Jesinta added: ‘Right now, we don’t know what they want to do with their lives and if they’ve had their whole life documented on social media, for us we didn’t think that was fair on them. 

‘We don’t judge other people that do that, it is just not something we feel comfortable with.’ 

Bundle of joy: Jesinta and Buddy (pictured) welcomed their second child, Rocky in March

Bundle of joy: Jesinta and Buddy (pictured) welcomed their second child, Rocky in March  

Comfort: 'We don't judge other people that do that, it is just not something we feel comfortable with' Jesinta said of sharing photos of her children online

Comfort: ‘We don’t judge other people that do that, it is just not something we feel comfortable with’ Jesinta said of sharing photos of her children online 

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