As the first phase of lockdown restrictions are eased today, Scottish people can meet-up with family, friends and loved ones for the first time in nearly 10 weeks. 

Phase one of the Scottish Government's lockdown lifting plan means that people can now meet-up with other households at a safe two-meter distance.

For babies born during lockdown, this means they can now meet their grannies, grandads, aunties, uncles and cousins for the very first time.

In Glasgow, a mum has welcomed the birth of her baby girl named Grace.

In a Tweet to the First Minister, Laura Miller said: "I'm so happy.

"I just had my baby girl Grace at the Princess Royal maternity hospital.

"She will be able to meet her granny today from two-meter distance today!

"Sad no cuddles... but we know its for the best xxx".

READ MORE: Scotland's lockdown eased: Six things you can and can't do as 'phase 1' begins

Nicola Sturgeon congratulated the new mum, adding that baby Grace is "beautiful".

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