Clelia Theodorou was over the moon as she showed off her dream car on Instagram, just months after she was left wheelchair-bound following a horrific car crash.
The former TOWIE star, 28, lost her beloved mother in the crash in May and was left with two broken legs and broken feet. Clelia has since undergone three operations and has been recovering at home.
She and her boyfriend Tommy Cole, who became parents to their baby girl Cielo in September, have now purchased a new family car, a black snazzy Mercedes Benz.
Clelia shared a video of her new ride on Instagram, writing: "Big thank you to @rockstarcarfinance for sorting us our new family car! All three of us love it."
Tommy added his excitement, commenting: "Nothing better than that first spin in the new whizzer!"
Fans were quick to share their thoughts on the star's post, with one saying: "Car looks sick bro." And another wrote: "Looks amazing hope you enjoy your new limo."
A third fan expressed their joy, writing: "Yayyyyyyyyy love it."
Rockstar Car Finance also shared a picture of the happy family, writing: "We are delighted to have helped @cleliatheodorou and @Tommy.cole find their perfect family car as they embrace new beginnings with Cielo. Sending love and best wishes to this beautiful family!"
In May, Clelia was involved in a terrible car accident that took her mum's life and left her with 'terrible injuries'. Despite this, both Clelia and her 'miracle baby' survived, with the star giving birth to her daughter in September.
After the crash, Clelia shared pictures of herself in hospital and announced the sad news about her mum. She said: "My terrible injuries after weeks in hospital but it's with the biggest regret to say that my beautiful Mum couldn't heal from hers.
"The person I never, ever wanted to say goodbye to. Who loved me unconditionally, the pure definition of a mother's love."
She added: "My heart will never heal from this, life will never ever be the same. It just doesn't feel real and it never will, I just want my mum back."
In tribute to her mum, she said: "I will always make sure they know how much you already loved them and I promise they will always know they had the strongest, most caring, hilarious, giving and loving Nan they could ever have dreamt of.
"I go through multiple emotions on a daily basis and the road to my recovery physically is a long one, but our miracle baby gives me so much hope and I will do everything I can to be even half the mum to my baby that my mum was to me."
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