Jack Osbourne's wife Lisa has given birth to another baby girl called Andy Rose Osbourne.
Jack Osbourne's wife Lisa Osbourne has given birth to another baby girl.
The former reality TV star, 29, and the lifestyle blogger, who already have a three-year-old daughter, Pearl, welcomed their second child, Andy Rose Osbourne, into the world last Saturday (13.06.15).
The little girl weighed in at six pounds, 11 ounces, according to Britain's Hello! magazine.
The duo announced they were set to add to their brood by sharing a photo of Lisa's blossoming baby bump on Jack's Instagram profile in February.
Lisa, 28, also revealed the news on her blog, Raddest Mom, at the time, writing: ''Pearl is very happy to become a big sister. She diligently reads her 'I'm a big sister' books every night & recites to me her plans of bathing, feeding, singing to, and holding the baby.''
Lisa was rushed to hospital in April and spent a night under observation after she was involved in a car crash.
But she assured her Instagram followers she wasn't hurt and just wanted to go home.
Alongside a picture of herself in hospital, she wrote: ''When some a-hole rear ends your car & you have to spend 24 hours in L&D getting monitored as standard protocol. Baby is fine, but I am losing my mind up in here!
''Cried on the phone with Pearl bc I wasn't there tonight to put her to sleep. Feeling so much sympathy for the women who have to be in this unit on bed rest for weeks and months due to serious complications. My heart goes out to you (sic).''
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