Harry Judd and wife Izzy now share three children (Pictures: Getty / Instagram @haryyjudd)
McFly star Harry Judd has become a dad for a third time with his wife, Izzy, giving birth to a baby boy.
The All About You singer announced the joyful news via Instagram on Monday evening with a black and white photo of him and Izzy cradling the newborn in hospital.
As a smiling Izzy breastfeeds their baby boy, Harry is seen planting a huge kiss on her cheek while taking the selfie.
Without revealing the name, he captioned the photo: ‘💙 @mrs_izzyjudd Clever Mummy and baby boy are doing well and are both beautiful xxx.’
Izzy added: ‘And just like that my world feels complete.’
Leading the congratulations, BBC Sports presenter Jake Humphrey wrote: ‘Yay!!! Congratulations to the whole gang. We can’t wait to see you all ❤️😍❤️😍.’
Strictly Come Dancing pro Amy Dowden, who is partnered up with Harry’s McFly bandmate Tom Fletcher, commented: ‘Congratulations to the whole family! Beautiful 💖.’
Former Towie star Mario Falcone wrote: ‘Congratulations ❤️❤️❤️.’
The 35-year-old drummer revealed in April that he and Izzy, 37, were expecting another little one.
The couple are already parents to daughter Lola, five, and son Kit, three.
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On learning she was pregnant during the Covid pandemic, Izzy told Hello! magazine: ‘When we found out, I did feel panic. We have all been living in fear of this virus and we’ve been so careful for over a year, so it is a shock when numbers are low and I’m pregnant.’
The couple suffered heartache when Izzy miscarried in 2014 after their first round of IVF. Their second attempt led to Izzy falling pregnant with Lola and they later conceived naturally with Kit.
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