McFlys Harry Judds world complete after wife gives birth to baby boy10/11/2021
Get a daily dose of showbiz gossip straight to your inbox with the Daily Star’s FREE newsletter
Harry Judd has revealed his wife Izzy has given birth to their third child.
The McFly drummer has shared the news with his social media fans revealing the couple have welcomed a baby boy.
The 35-year-old shared the happy news on Instagram on Monday night.
He shared a black and white photo of himself and wife Izzy cradling their new born child.
The happy couple have yet to reveal their baby boy's name.
Harry also shares his five-year-old daughter Lola and four-year-old son, Kit, with his wife Izzy.
Strictly Come Dancing 2011 winner Harry is married to 37-year-old violinist Izzy.
The pair got married in 2012 but first met in 2005 when Izzy was a part of the string section on McFly's concert tour.
Harry captioned the snap: "@mrs_izzyjudd Clever Mummy and baby boy are doing well and are both beautiful xxx," he added a blue heart emoji along side his loving words.
Sharing the same image to Instagram, Izzy captioned the post: "And just like that my world feels complete."
The couple revealed earlier this year that Izzy fell pregnant naturally after previously welcoming daughter Lola through IVF.
They told fans they were planning to try and conceive for six months and if they didn't fall pregnant they would use their last frozen embryo.
Izzy spoke opening about their last embryo earlier this month.
She said: "I've always wondered who that little one might be and often thought we may never have met Lola had our other embryo been chosen that day.
"So making the decision earlier this year to try naturally was one I found emotionally difficult.
"At the time, as a result of the pandemic, many people were facing huge disappointment and heartache with rounds of IVF cancelled or delayed.
"I really felt so lucky to have Lola & Kit and after speaking at length to the clinic we decided to try naturally with the option to return later in the year and of course understanding there was no guarantee the frozen embryo would survive the thaw or be a viable pregnancy."
Izzy explained how grateful she was, she continued: "So a few months later when I saw the positive result on our pregnancy test I wondered how I might feel.
"I walked out of the bathroom to see Lola and Kit sat on the bedroom floor reading a story to one another.
"I realised then that I was just so grateful."
Stay up to date with the latest news in Showbiz and follow your favourite celebrities by signing up for our newsletter by clicking here.
Source: Read Full Article