Lucy-Jo Hudson has given birth to a baby boy.
The actress, 36, who is best known for playing the role of Katy Harris in Coronation Street, confirmed the news of her arrival on social media.
The star excitedly announced the birth of her second child with a post on her Instagram stories, saying: "When 3 became 4. 18.2.2020."
The 36-year-old actress then shared a second story to her 167,000 followers, saying: "We are so in love with our baby boy! Our family is now complete!"
She continued: "Love you Lewis Devine."
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Lucy-Jo first announced she was expecting a child with boyfriend Lewis in August, sharing a snap of the scan to social media.
Her baby boy is her first child with Lewis, and she also shares a daughter, six-year-old Sienna-Ra, with former partner and Coronation Street star Alan Halsall.
Lucy-Jo and Lewis first met when they starred together in Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs pantomime at St Helens Theatre Royal in 2018.
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Taking to Instagram, Lewis heaped praised on Lucy-Jo and said Sienna is already "the best big sister".
He wrote: "Wow what an experience. We are so happy to announce that our little bundle of joy has arrived safe and sound and we are all back home now and settling in great.
"Our Sienna is delighted and is already making the best big sister just like I knew she would."
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He added: "I am so proud of Lucy-Jo seeing her carry him for 9 months and then bring him into the world the way she did it was just unbelievable and a memory and feeling that will last forever.
"Love you all so much."
- Coronation Street
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