First photo captured of Cate Blanchett’s adopted daughter, Edith.

Cate Blanchett touched down at Heathrow Airport in London with her family. Including her adorable daughter Edith, 9 months, husband Andrew Upton and their three sons – Dashiell, 14, Roman, 11, and Ignatius, 8.

Our first glimpse of baby Edith since she was adopted in March 2015.

The actress recently shared details about the adoption of their daughter.

“We got a phone call earlier this year and we adopted a little girl,” she shared. “You’re on the list and then you get the call. You don’t know anything about the child you’re going to meet.”

Such a gorgeous family.

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  • Not sure if it’s just me but the photos aren’t showing up, they say “Content unavailable”. I bet Edith is gorgeous though. Initially I thought they were lucky to have gotten a girl after 3 boys and then I saw she was adopted, so that makes sense. Beautiful and lucky girl and family.


  • What a beautiful family! I really love the name Edith!!


  • those old style names are really making a come back hey!


  • Beautiful little girl. Hope she settles in well with the family


  • looks like a happy baby!


  • What a beautiful little girl. She’ll certainly be spoiled by Mum, Dad and her three older brothers.


  • Now that’s one cute and lucky adoptee!


  • how beautiful that she could adopt – wish her beautiful family a lovely and wonderful 2016


  • I just love the name Edith (which I would have called my baby girl but dad did not like it) – such a beautiful name. Matching a beautiful little girl – best wishes to them all.


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