Amy Jackson and fiancé George Panayiotou welcomed their first child together last year. The actress kept sharing pictures on her social media during her pregnancy and gave fans a glimpse of her journey as she embraced motherhood. Jackson gave birth to a baby boy on September 17, 2019, and informed fans about naming him Andreas Jax Panayiotou. As Amy’s munchkin turned one recently, the actress shared a video on her social media giving fans a sneak-peek into Andreas’ first birthday celebration.
On Instagram, Amy Jackson shared a video giving fans a glimpse of the enchanted garden themed party she threw for son Andreas Panayiotou. The 2.0 actress shared the video and captioned it, “My beautiful baby boy’s special day.” The video shows moments of Amy, fiancé George and Andreas having fun at the party. Jackson shared the video with an Ellie Goulding song titled How Long Will I Love You, playing in the background.
In the video, the Birthday boy Andreas looks too cute for words in an ice blue blazer. It also shows Amy dressed in a wraparound white dress, while George is wearing a pair of white pants and a green shirt. As the actress shared a sneak-peek into the party, the video shows a three-tiered, enchanted woodland themed cake with different fondant animals playing around a giant treehouse. The cake that seemed to be the highlight of the party had the alphabet ‘A’ inscribed on top of it.
Taking to her Instagram stories, Amy Jackson also shared a cutesy picture of her baby boy sitting comfortably on an armchair, with the caption, “My baby’s ultimate enchanted garden party.” Also Read: Amy Jackson Gets Candid About Her Journey In The Film Industry, How She Misses Being In India And Her Future Plans
As Andreas Panayiotou turned one, his parents Amy Jackson and George Panayiotou made sure his first birthday was a memorable one!
Image source: Instagram/ Amy Jackson
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