Coronation Street star Jennie McAlpine has welcomed her second little one together with her husband, Chris Farr.
Jennie, 34, revealed her joyful child information on Twitter, writing: “Our latest addition arrived yesterday. Mummy and Daddy very joyful. Big brother very pleased with his little sister Hilda. We’re all in love.”
Jennie and husband Chris Farr are already mother and father to thee yr previous son Albert and the Corrie star was elated to disclose they have been anticipating a second little one.
Leanne Battersby actress Jane Danson was one of many first of Jennie’s co-stars to congratulate her, writing: “Congratulations to you all . Sending a lot of love.”
Samia Longchambon, who performs Maria Connor, quickly wrote: “Ahhh yay! Huge congratulations to you all Jen… sooo joyful for you! Xxxx.”
Loose Women additionally despatched their greatest, with the present’s Twitter web page writing: “Congratulations from us all.”
The Fiz Brown actress revealed on the finish of September 2018 that she was filming her final day on Coronation Street forward of maternity go away.
The TV favorite introduced her transient exit from the present on Instagram, posing on set with a big bouquet of flowers.
She wrote to her 237,000 followers: “Mine and bump’s final day on the @coronationstreet cobbles for some time. No extra hiding behind Ford Fiestas.”
Her followers have been fast to flood her with properly needs forward of her impending delivery.
“Make positive you come again x can’t imaging the cobbles with out fizz x,” one adoring fan wrote.
Another added: “Looks like you might be disappearing from our screens within the run as much as Christmas hope you have got a superb maternity go away.”
“Aww will miss seeing you and Fizz on the cobbles Hun however wishing you and bump all the easiest xxx,” a 3rd supplied.
Jennie has been sharing loads of being pregnant photos together with her followers, sharing a beautiful shot of herself and her massive child bump pumpkin choosing forward of Halloween.
Alongside the image, she wrote: “Picking pumpkins, wanting like a pumpkin.”