Lily Aldridge has welcomed her second child with husband Caleb Followill

Model Lily Aldridge has given birth to her second child with husband Caleb Followill and announced the news on social media.

Victoria Secret model Lily Aldridge has welcomed her second child with her rock star husband Caleb Followill and it’s a beautiful baby boy!

The couple announced they were expanding their family back in August 2018 but they didn’t reveal if they were expecting a little boy or girl.

Now that Lily has given birth the couple confirmed on Instagram that their daughter now had a little brother to keep her company.

Lily posted a black and white photo of her son’s feet on her Instagram story and revealed that they have named their son Winston Roy Followill.

Lily and Caleb don’t often post pictures of their daughter, six-year-old Dixie Pearl on their social media so it’s likely this will be the same with their son Winston too.

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Baby Moonin with my Babies 🌙🥰💗👶🏻

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The couple met back in 2007 at the Bonnaroo Music festival and Caleb, who is part of the band Kings Of Leon, proposed three years later.

Lily and Caleb tied the knot in a beautiful ceremony the following year, which was held at the San Ysidro Ranch in Montecito, California.

Despite sharing very few details of her new baby, Lily’s fans have rushed to congratulate her.

One posted underneath an old picture of her baby bump: ‘Congrats Lily & Caleb! All the best to you & little baby boy!’

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Ready to 💥🍿🎈

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Another said: ‘Lily congratulations for your baby boy Winston Roy so happy for you Caleb and Dixie God bless you and your family 💙👶🏻🙏🏻’.

A third wrote: ‘Congratulations on the newest addition to your family!! He looks so precious and his name is perfection 😍😭💙’.

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