The gold medalist shares her daughter with husband Todd Kapostasy
Tara Lipinski's daughter is already following in her footsteps.
While hosting the 2024 Prevagen U.S. Figure Skating Championships over the weekend, the gold medalist, 41, brought her 3-month-old daughter Georgie along as she gave commentary from beside the rink. On Sunday, Lipinski shared a few sweet photos and clips from the event on her Instagram featuring her baby girl.
In one clip, the Olympic figure skater introduces her daughter during the broadcast, who wears a light pink onesie and a pink headband. "This is Georgie Winter. She has her own sparkle microphone," the proud mom says, holding up a tiny microphone that matches her own.
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"And she's really feeling her television debut everybody," another announcer says from off-camera.
Lipinski also shared a photo from the moment, zooming in on her daughter's tiny microphone.
The proud mom shares her daughter with husband Todd Kapostasy, 40.
In October, Lipinski announced that she had welcomed her first daughter after sharing her long journey to motherhood in her podcast Unexpecting.
"I dreamt about this for so long," she told PEOPLE on a sunny afternoon in her living room, while Georgie napped nearby. She was excited about everything mothering a newborn has to offer. "A crying baby, sleepless nights. Even when I'm like, 'Okay, take an hour nap,' I'm almost too excited. I'm like, 'She's there. Just watch her a little longer."
Lipinski added "it's the best tired I've ever been." She and Kapostasy, a producer and director, whom she wed in 2017, couldn't help but take stock in their current bliss, something they feared might never come.
After years of trying for a successful pregnancy Lipinski, who suffers from endometriosis, and Kapostasy learned there was a reproductive immunology issue where her body would reject their fertilized embryo.
"I went through four pregnancies, four miscarriages, four D&Cs [dilation and curettage, an often painful procedure to remove pregnancy tissue from the uterine lining]," she said.
She formed an instant connection with her surrogate Mikayla, who became pregnant with one of the couple's fertilized eggs early this year. During Georgie's birth, "I was playing Dave Matthews's song 'You and Me' and I could not stop sobbing. Then the baby came out, and it was so much relief," she said. "I felt like I could breathe again."
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