New mum - again: Denise Richards looked tired but happy as she jetted into New York from LA with newborn adopted daughter Eloise
With a famous mother jumping on planes at a moment's notice, it's a lifestyle that baby Eloise Joni will soon have to start getting used to.
And although she may only be six-weeks-old, she appeared to take her very first public trip in her stride.
The newborn, who was recently adopted by actress Denise Richards, snuggled into her new mother as they jetted in to New York last night.
She was very well-behaved and gazed up at her new mother as her sisters Sam, 7, and Lola, 6, from Denise's marriage to Charlie Sheen, fussed around her.
The actress, 40, looked a little tired, but it couldn't have been an easy flight with two young girls and a tiny baby to look after on the six hour flight.
It comes a day after Denise hosted a celebratory 'baby shower' gathering at Beverly Hills' Montage Hotel, with guests including Tori Spelling, Lisa Rinna, Mel B, and Nancy O'Dell.
Me and my girls: Denise clutches Eloise close to her and holds hands with Sam as Lola walks behind with a friend
The star is in New York to promote her new biography, The Real Girl Next Door.
But she intends to mix business with pleasure and has planned to take her children to see the Lion King while in the Big Apple.
Denise tweeted today: 'Eloise's 1st trip to NY!! The girls are really excited about this trip!!'
Baby on board: Denise Richards arrived at LAX today with her newborn daughter, Eloise
The Wild Things actress and former Bond Girl, who took Eloise into her care the day she was born, recently opened up about the new addition to her family.
'She's brought so much joy, and I love her to pieces,' she told America's Us Weekly.
'She is a cuddle bug. She loves being hugged and held. She's such a beautiful little baby and little soul.'
She also revealed that her ex Sheen, whom she talks to every day, is thrilled for her.
'Charlie is truly very happy for me,' said the star, who is currently single. 'He knows I always wanted more kids.'
Bundle of joy: It was Denise's first public outing with the six-week-old
She also revealed it was a difficult and complicated process.
'Some people think if a celebrity wants a baby, they get one the next day. The adoption took two years, and there were times I felt discouraged, times when I got close to adopting a baby and it fell through.
'But I knew the right baby would find us.'
Girls' trip: Denise also took along her daughters Sam and Lola