Footballers’ Wives star Susie Amy has announced the joyful news that she has given birth to her second child with boyfriend Raphael Bar.
The TV star shared the happy news on Sunday with a sweet photo of her cradling her baby girl in hospital.
Another cute snap sees the tot tightly gripping onto Susie’s finger no doubt melting the hearts of the actress’ followers.
‘Feeling so lucky to welcome our second little girl,’ Susie announced. ‘Born 19/10/20 at 9.22pm weighing 8 pounds 9 oz.’
Confirming the name, Susie added: ‘Our little flower Rosie Iris Grace Bar.’
The actress was congratulated by her former Footballers’ Wives co-star Laila Rouass who commented: ‘Congratulations. What a much needed boost for such a dreadful year so far.’
Former Ultimo boss Michelle Mone added: ‘Congratulations Susie!! She is mega cute just like her Mummy.’
Sky Sports presenter Kirsty Gallacher said: ‘So beautiful and her name…. gorgeous !’
Ex EastEnders star Lisa Faulkner joined in the celebratory messages and wrote: ‘Congratulations beautiful ??❤️what lovely news !!!! Xxx.’
TV presenter Kate Thornton wrote: ‘Congratulations darling! X,’ while Nicola McLean simply wrote: ‘Beautiful x.’
Susie, 39, announced she was expecting her second child in July with a photo of her baby bump at 30 weeks pregnant.
She wrote: ‘If there was ever a year to hide at home, eat croissants and gain 32 pounds (so far) it’s 2020. Our second baby Bar is due in the autumn #30weeks’.
Susie and her boyfriend Raphael Bar share daughter Noa who was born in January 2019, and who will very soon become a big sister, though Susie didn’t reveal whether they were expecting a boy or girl.
The couple largely keep their relationship out of the limelight since going public as a couple in 2018, with Susie announcing her first pregnancy three month before the baby was born.
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