Una Foden and her husband Ben Foden have welcomed a baby boy into the world today (02.02.15) and have named him Tadgh John Foden.
Una Foden has given birth to a baby boy.
The Saturday's singer, 33, and her husband Ben Foden, 29, welcomed their second child into the world today (02.02.15) and have named the tiny tot Tadhg John Foden.
Taking to his Twitter account this afternoon, the rugby union footballer shared his happy news with his fans, tweeting: ''Tadhg John Foden has been born! Mum and baby are both amazing and healthy. He has a full head of hair and his mummy's lips! #babybenuna (sic).''
The couple, who got married in 2012, already have two-year-old daughter Aoife together and announced they were expecting another little one last September on Instagram.
The Irish beauty posted a photograph of Aoife wearing a T-shirt with the words, 'I'm going to be a big sister, emblazoned on the front, which she teamed with the caption: ''I know lots of people have been guessing and Ben and I can now confirm that Aoife is going to have a baby brother or sister next year!!! (sic).''
Meanwhile, the gorgeous star recently admitted she has had an ''easy time'' with her pregnancies and wasn't expecting Tadhg to be a big baby ''like his dad'' was.
She said last month: ''Ben was a huge baby - over 11lb - but although we've been told our son's a good size, we're not anticipating he'll be a whopper like his dad.
''Aoife was just under 8lb and we think our boy will be around the same. I know I'm very lucky to have had such an easy time of it on both occasions.''
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