The 51-year-old supermodel welcomed the infant in secret in May – and decided to give her army of admirers a rare glimpse of her baby.
In doing so, Naomi paid a glowing tribute to her late close friend Gianni in a post to her 10.8 million Instagram fans.
Naomi posted a pic of her baby’s legs, suitably showing her little girl dressed in a trendy Versace romper suit.
“I love you Gianni Versace,” penned Naomi, with two dove emojis and a love-heart emoji.
Naomi hid her baby girl’s face but the two-month is already following in her mum’s taste for designer clothing.
“A beautiful little blessing has chosen me to be her mother,” Naomi has previously shared on her social media account.
“So honoured to have this gentle soul in my life.
“There are no words to describe the lifelong bond that I now share with you my angel. There is no greater love.”
Supermodel Naomi shared a rare snap of her newborn daughterAnd the London-born fashion icon is clearly loving motherhood having stressed she would have a baby, whether she was in a relationship or not.
“I do want to have children, whether I have a man or not,” said Naomi speaking in 2014. “I will have it on my own.
She added in another interview: “I think about having children all the time. But now with the way science is I think I can do it when I want.”
Bombshell Naomi has become a mum at 51Naomi’s close pal Gianni was tragically murdered outside his beachfront Miami mansion on 15 July 1997.
Gianni was murdered by Andrew Cunanan, a former male prostitute-turned-serial killer.
And Naomi s touching post reflected the close-bond built up with Gianni during their time in the fashion industry and how she still fondly remembers him following his sad death.
Amazingly, tourists pose every day for pictures outside the imposing wrought-iron gate where Versace was shot twice in the head at point-blank range.
Speaking to Vogue Italia in a previous interview, Naomi revealed Gianni had saved her life multiple times.
“I can hear him in my mind, telling me don’t do this, get out of this situation,” she said.
“And I obey. I owe it to him that I am still alive.”
“He was the first to recognise our individuality and to pay us accordingly.
“He was also the first to introduce the concept of exclusivity: you flew to Milan or Paris, and you would walk only for him.”