Vogue Williams gives birth to her beautiful baby daughter with husband Spencer Matthews

Vogue Williams, 34, has given birth to her second child, a daughter, with husband Spencer Matthews.

The Irish beauty, took to her Instagram account on Thursday to confirm the news as she posed with Spencer and added the caption: ‘Last night we became a family of four. Our beautiful daughter arrived safely and happily into the world’.

Vogue and Spencer announced they were expecting their second child together, a girl, in March after welcoming their son Theodore in September 2018.

Spencer meanwhile shared a post of Vogue’s hospital wristband and a sweet snap of the pair, alongside a lengthy caption reading: ‘Wow, we officially have CHILDREN!! So much has happened in the last three years…

‘Real positive change, a son and now a daughter. I couldn’t be more thankful to my incredible wife @voguewilliams for all that you do for our family, in particular the laborious pregnancies which us men will never fully understand….

In their pregnancy announcement, the family posed a HELLO! magazine cover, where Vogue was five-and-a-half months pregnant at the time, the couple admitted there had been a ‘few bumps in the road this time round’.

Vogue revealed she was diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) – a condition which affects a woman’s ovaries.

She then told the publication: ‘We’re delighted. It’s so exciting but kind of scary to think we’re going to have another newborn. There’s no doubt that I feel lucky to be having another baby.’

The TV host – who revealed she was expecting Theodore at the three-month mark in March 2018 – revealed the couple have been trying to conceive since last summer.

They decided to ‘keep it under wraps for longer’ as the pregnancy ‘hasn’t been as straight forward the last one’.

Vogue said: ‘It was certainly a different path for us this time, so it’s really nice to be here and talking about it now. I wouldn’t say alarm bells were going off, but we did wonder how we could make it work a bit more efficiently.’

PCOS is a common condition that affects how a woman’s ovaries work, with symptoms including excess androgen, polycystic ovaries and irregular periods – which can make it difficult to get pregnant as a result of irregular/failed ovulation.

Talking at the time, the star – who previously made a pregnancy pact with mother-to-be Millie Mackintosh – said she has already bought ‘an obscene amount of clothes’ for her daughter, branding her unborn child ‘my little doll’. Vogue also revealed that she has been finding her second pregnancy ‘easier’ as she doesn’t have time to think about it thanks to raising her son Theodore.

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