Rochelle and Marvin Humes have become parents for the second time after welcoming a baby girl!
A friend of Rochelle, 27, and Marvin, 31, confirmed their happy news to The Sun on 10th March.
‘They’re delighted. Everything went really well and they can’t wait to get home,’ the insider said.
‘It’s a beautiful little sister for Alaia-May and they will announce a name soon.’
Proud dad Marvin has since taken to Instagram to share a picture of Rochelle with their new baby girl, and revealed their baby name choice.
Posting a snap of the new mum in her hospital bed, Marvin’s caption reads: ‘Couldn’t be a happier or prouder man! What another incredible blessing! Today my beautiful wife gave birth to our second daughter Valentina Raine Humes.. Alaia-Mai is over the moon that she has a baby sister! I’m overjoyed ❤’
He later posted a second snap of himself and his new baby girl, captioning the pic: ‘I never thought I’d fall in love with more than one girl.. now I’m in love with three! ❤❤❤’
Rochelle also couldn’t wait to share the news with her social media followers, sharing the same photo as husband Marvin with the caption: ‘Our world is now complete 🌎 Valentina Raine Humes – Happy birthday little one…💝’
The couple are already parents to daughter Alaia-Mai, who was born in May 2013.
Marvin and Rochelle confirmed that they were expecting again back in November 2016, both taking to social media to share photos from Rochelle’s maternity shoot, which showed her cradling her blossoming bump.
‘Absolutely delighted to announce that we’re extending our family! Rochelle and I are over the moon! Baby Humes no2 is on the way!!! ❤️’ Marvin wrote alongside the black and white images.
Rochelle has also been providing fans with plenty of updates throughout her second pregnancy, including many candid snaps of her growing tummy.
In November, the former The Saturdays star opened up to The Sun about how much she loves being a mum.
‘My family is my number one and then everything else follows suit. As long as family is first, then we juggle everything else. Alaia is always our priority,’ she said.
‘It’s easier now that she’s in pre-school and I try to keep my weekends free for her. I choose my work around her and as long as she’s happy, then that’s how it works.
‘It’s all hands on deck sometimes, but that’s what it’s all about and I have a great team of people who I work with. It takes a village, right?’