Declan Donnelly has turn out to be a father for the second time as he welcomes a child boy with spouse Ali Astall.
The presenter, best-known for co-hosting the likes of I’m A Movie star… Get Me Out Of Right here! with Ant McPartlin, made the completely happy announcement on Sunday.
Dec and Ali had been married in 2015 by the presenter’s brother, Father Dermott Donnelly, who tragically died suddenly earlier this month.
They already share daughter Isla Elizabeth Ann, who’s three years outdated.
Now the mum, dad and daughter have turn out to be a household of 4 with the arrival of child Jack.
Taking to Twitter, Declan shared a stunning snap of the new child holding on to his finger.
He wrote: ‘Shortly earlier than 10am yesterday, 23.7.2022, Ali and I welcomed the arrival of our son, Jack Anthony Alphonsus, a really welcome ray of sunshine.
‘He’s great and Isla is past excited to be a giant sister!’
Followers have been congratulating the completely happy couple of their droves, with one fan sending the candy message: ‘That is lovely… congratulations I wager Isla goes to be a superb massive sister.’
One other stated: ‘Congratulation Dec and Ali… Can’t wait to see all of the attractive pictures, and completely love the title.’
Many seen the obvious nod to Dec’s co-star Ant in child Jack’s center title, with one fan admitting it made her ‘effectively up.’
‘Heaven is aware of how the (now) Huge Ant feels,’ she added.
The household stored Ali’s being pregnant information quiet, with the announcement the primary followers had heard of the brand new arrival.
It has been a troublesome time for the Donnellys following the sudden dying of Fr Dermott originally of July.
The Catholic priest died aged 55 after suffering a serious illness.
Donnelly, together with Fr Dermott’s different relations, had been with him when he dies ‘peacefully’ in hospital after he collapsed at house.
Ant later paid tribute to Fr Dermott, writing that Dec’s brother was ‘the kindest, wisest man I knew.’
Dec himself was ‘devastated’ to lose his brother, as he wrote: ‘I’m heartbroken to inform you that my darling brother Fr Dermott, @TweeterPriest, sadly handed away this afternoon.
‘We’re all past devastated. Thanks to your messages of sympathy and assist, they’re appreciated.’
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