The Saturdays' star Una and husband Ben Foden welcome baby number two
Irish girlband member Una Foden and her rugby player husband have welcomed a baby boy.
The Tipperary singer gave birth to her son Tadhg John this afternoon.
The Voice of Ireland judge Una (33) and English Rugby Union player Ben (29) tied the knot in her native hometown in June 2012.
The couple already have a 2-year-old daughter named Aoife Belle.
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— Ben Foden (@ben_foden) February 2, 2015
It seems the couple agreed on a traditional Irish name for baby number two, as Ben previously confessed they had been arguing over suggestions.
The 6ft tall full-back admitted he had never heard of the name 'Aoife' until Una's father suggested it.
Fiery-haired Una recently appeared in Hello! Magazine to celebrate her baby shower with fellow bandmates Frankie Bridge, Rochelle Humes, Mollie King and Vanessa White.
In the issue, she joked that she hopes her new bundle of joy isn’t as big as her husband Ben was upon his arrival.
"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," she revealed.
"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."
Una's bandmate Frankie Bridge is also expecting her second child later this year.
The brunette singer made the announcement to her fans on Twitter in early January.
She tweeted: "So excited to tell you that Wayne & I are expecting another baby later this year. We cant wait for Parker to have a little brother or sister.
"Sadly I'm really unwell with my pregnancy and won't be able to take part in the Strictly tour. I'm SO sorry. I was so looking forward to it."
Frankie is believed to be suffering from Hyperemesis Gravidarum, the crippling morning sickness which also affected Kate Middleton during both her pregnancies.