Celebs Go Dating star Anna Williamson has given birth just days before Christmas.
The dating agent has welcomed a baby girl with her husband Alex.
Sharing a snap of her cradling her daughter in her hospital bed, she said: “She’s here #birthannouncement #borntoday #babydaughter #allwentwell #veryproudhappymummyanddaddy #mumof2 @al3xdipasquale”
People rushed to send her congratulatory messages.
Casey Batchelor, who is pregnant with her second child, said: “Amazing congratulations lovely”
EastEnders star Dean Gaffney, who is taking part in the next series of the hit E4 dating show, left a string of love hearts.
Former star of the show Kerry Katona commented: “Awwww a big congratulations my darling sending you so much love”
Back in September, Anna revealed she was expecting a baby girl.
In a post on Instagram , she uploaded a picture of herself cudding her son Enzo, who was holding a pink balloon to mark his third birthday.
Anna was seen holding up a pink babygrow emblazoned with the words “Baby Girl” as well as a pink bunny.
She wrote: ” On the day that my first baby turns 3 we decided we’d like to share the news of what ‘flavour’ baby I’m carrying… (I’m too rubbish and disorganised to do one of those fancy gender reveal extravaganzas so The Gram it is).
“So… around Christmas all being well we’ll be welcoming a BABY GIRL (or ‘Baby Sister’ as she’s affectionately referred to) into our family.
“We are so chuffed…not least because I get share my old Sylvanian Families & Rainbow Bright with her *air punch – Enzo’s not interested unless it has wheels or can be ‘smashed’.”
She went on to tell fans she was feeling good so far after previously suffering from peri and post natal anxiety with her first child.
Anna said she couldn’t wait to meet her new baby, although she might not take Enzo up on his plan of calling his sister “Tristan”.
She added: “Finding out the sex was a big deal for me this pregnancy, having so far successfully warded off perinatal anxiety & depression this time round.
“I attribute a lot of that for being more in the know, a lot more prepared, and visualising my daughter which has already helped with the bonding process.
“It’s also helped Enzo get involved and excited too – although he wants to call her ‘Tristan’ which I’m not sure will work.”
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