Former Liverpool FC star Jamie Carragher joined one of the first babies born at Liverpool Women's at an open day to mark the hospital's 18th birthday.
The retired Reds player - now a football pundit - Rhianne Connor Case and her mum Marie Connor were all guests of honour at the annual event, which this year was used to mark the special anniversary.
During his visit, Jamie officially opened the Crown Street hospital's new reception area.
Rhianne was one of the first babies to be born at Liverpool Women's after it opened its doors to the public for the first time on February, 28th, 1995.
The teenager, who will soon be starting work at the hospital as a volunteer, brought along the memento teddy bear her mum was given on the day of her birth to mark the occasion.
Marie said: "I went into labour on February 28, 1995 and Rhianne was born 24 hours later. We were made to feel very special because I suppose we were making history in a way."
Months before, Marie, a hairdresser, had joined thirty other expectant mums to plant 1000 crocus bulbs outside the ante-natal clinic to blossom when the hospital's first babies, including Rhianne, were born in the spring.
She still has a cutting from the Liverpool Echo of that day.
Liverpool Women's is also looking for another special baby - Daniel White, who was the very first baby to be born at the hospital on February 27, 1995.
Born six weeks premature, he weighed in at 5lb 1oz.
Chief Executive Kathy Thomson said: "We would love to have Daniel here and wonder if anyone knows where he is."
The open day included tours of the new maternity unit at Liverpool Women's and fun for all the family, including a children's party, entertainment and a party bag lunch for youngsters.
Baking ingredient firm Renshaw, who have a factory opposite the Women's, designed, produced and donated a birthday cake for the occasion.