Phoebe Burgess celebrates the first birthday of her son Billy with lavish party

The 30-year-old shared a smorgasbord of photos to her Instagram on Sunday, showing off the lavish do.  Dressed in a flowing blue frock with puffy sleeves and a pair of sunglasses, the barefoot former WAG looked absolutely delighted. ‘Every single day with you is pure joy!’ Phoebe Burgess (pictured) celebrated the first birthday of her son Billy with lavish party on Sunday  She dressed her son in similar blue tones, the little man wearing a cloth crown on his head with his name emblazoned on the front. The outdoor event, which appeared to be held near Bowral, NSW, where her parents live, included a picnic theme.  Blankets laid out on the lush grass, and a number of helium balloons in blue and gold, decorated the space.  Feeling blue: The 30-year-old, dressed in a flowing blue frock with puffy sleeves and a pair of sunglasses, looked absolutely delighted Family time: Present at the event were Phoebe’s parents, Sarah and Mitch Hooke, who held onto Billy. All pictured  A number of children played with little Billy, sitting on a blue and white floral blanket underneath a display of balloons.  The lucky little boy was even treated to a pony, raising his little hands...

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