Amanda Holden reportedly feels that her family is "complete" since the birth of daughter Hollie Rose, with reports saying she's never been happier.
Holden, who returned home from hospital yesterday (31st January) with her new baby, is thought to have almost died after losing several pints of blood following a C-Section.
The Britain's Got Talent judge was later placed in intensive care after being in a critical condition and apparently fought for her life for three days - with hubby Chris Hughes later thanking medics for saving her.
Sources close to the 40-year old have since told The Mirror: "Despite the trauma she has been through she has never been happier and feels now her life, and her family is complete.
"It has been a tough couple of weeks but Amanda is looking forward to some quality time with the family.
"She has been inundated with messages of support, cards and presents from the public. It has helped to give her strength and been a real boost as she fought back from a critical condition."
In a statement released yesterday, Holden was said to be "thrilled" to be home from hospital, thanking medics for "their amazing skill and dedication."