Rosie Huntingdon-Whiteley has revealed the adorable name of her new baby girl days after becoming a mother for the second time.
The model, 34, has confirmed the happy news that she and Jason Statham have expanded their brood, sharing that their second child was born on February 2.
The couple had revealed the model’s pregnancy in August, sharing a photograph of her growing bump at the time.
Now, days after welcoming her newborn, she has shared a picture of the baby’s crib and a small hand appearing from it, with the caption: ‘Isabella James Statham 👼🏼 2.2.22.’
While the infant was largely hidden by the crib in the sweet picture, a teeny tiny pink hand was just visible.
Rosie and actor Jason, 54, have been together since 2010, getting engaged six years later, and are already parents to four-year-old Jack, born in 2017.
Speaking in 2018 about becoming a mum for the first time to son Jack, the fashion star said she was ‘happier than ever’.
‘Every year I get older I feel so much more empowered in myself and I feel so much more confident,’ she explained at an ELLE Weekender event.
‘Turning 30 and becoming a mum has just been so empowering for me. I feel, really clear with what I want out of life.
‘I feel happier than ever. I feel like you cut away the things that don’t make you happy and your priorities just shift massively.’
However, after Jack’s birth in June 2017, Rosie said that she felt like ‘the rug was pulled out from under me’.
Speaking to Porter magazine, the 34-year-old said: ‘For a period after I had my first son, there was a real shift in identity, and a sort of mourning of the loss of your old life, and who you were… I just remember feeling like the rug was pulled out from underneath me.
‘I’d had all these years of being really independent, being able to come and go as I wished, being self-employed to a degree, calling the shots, and then suddenly having [something] that really anchored me to home life.’
The star added: ‘If you’re someone that, like me, attach[ed] a lot of identity to my physicality and the way that I felt and looked, it really took me a long time to come around, but I think once I stepped into the role, embraced it, everything sort of relaxed a little bit. I did start to feel this new sense of life.
‘And now, in my thirties, my confidence is so much [greater] and my ability to make decisions and not second-guess myself is stronger. I genuinely feel like my life is much more well-rounded.’
As to the couple’s decision not to rush into marriage, Rosie told ET in May that it simply wasn’t a ‘huge priority’.
She added: We’re looking forward to that time. It’s also not a huge priority for us; we’re so happy. I think it will be fun to do it when the baby’s grown up a bit and he can be involved in the wedding.’
Rosie later echoed: ‘We’ve been so focused on our work for so long and Jack came along. We definitely talk about it, we’re looking forward to that time. It’s also not a huge priority for us, we’re so happy.’