Myleene Klass announces that she has given birth to her third child with sweet social media post

Congratulations are in order for Myleene Klass and her family - as she announced on Instagram that she's given birth to her third child!

The presenter shared a photo today of her hand and a tiny baby hand, revealing that she’d given birth to her son. In the caption of the picture, she simply wrote, ‘01.08.19’ – explaining that the bubba was born on Thursday.

It is her first child with her partner Simon Motson.

Many of Myleene’s celebrity friends rushed to share their well-wishes, with Denise Van Outen writing: ‘Congrats to you all ❤️’.

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01.08.19 💙

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While Kirsty Gallacher said: ‘Oh wow congratulations to you all 💗💗’, and Kelly Brooke commented: ‘Congratulations 😍’.

Just a few weeks ago Myleene revealed that she was expecting a baby son at a lavish baby shower thrown by her friends and family.

Myleene is already mum to two daughters, Hero, eight, and Ava, 11, who she had with her ex-partner Graham Quinn.

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The 41-year-old singer and model hasn’t yet revealed the name of her new baby son, but we’re sure it’ll be announced in the coming weeks.

In a recent interview with Fabulous magazine, Myleene also seemed to suggest that the new arrival wouldn’t be her last baby, if Simon has anything to do with it.

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She confessed, “Oh my god, he loves me pregnant.

“If Sim has his way, we’ll have another one immediately. I mean, I always wanted a big family. He wants a big family. Nobody will ever invite us anywhere ever again!”

Myleene has been open about sharing her pregnancy journey ever since she announced that she was expecting, back in February. In fact, just days before she announced the birth of her son, she shared a candid picture of her bare bump.

Alongside the image, she said, ‘Will never get over or take for granted the miracle of growing and carrying a child. Mamas, you are all so incredible. Our bodies are incredible! 💪 ‘