The Only Way Is Essex star Mario Falcone and fiancee Becky Miesner have welcomed their first little one collectively.
The actuality TV hunk, 30, and his gorgeous different half, 29, confirmed the information on Instagram as they took to social media to replace followers on their new arrival.
Unveiling their lovely child boy Parker Jax Falcone, they wrote: “Happy to announce the delivery of our lovely little boy PARKER JAX FALCONE. Weighing 7lbs 4oz. Both mummy @beckymiesner1 and child are high-quality. He is completely excellent!”
Alongside the announcement, the pair shared an lovable image of their infant, which featured Mario and Becky with child Parker’s tiny hand in theirs.
Mario and Becky introduced that they have been anticipating in March, discovering the information whereas on vacation in Barbados.
The being pregnant wasn’t a whole shock for the couple as that they had beforehand been making an attempt for a child, however they have been nonetheless overjoyed on the joyful discovery.
Speaking solely to OK! journal, Becky stated: “We have been making an attempt for a child for some time final yr however it wasn’t occurring, so we determined to cease for a bit. Then a number of months later I fell pregnant!”
Mario added: “We weren’t taking any precautions, however we had stopped making an attempt so obsessively.
“It was getting fairly irritating so we determined we would have liked to calm down a bit. But as quickly as we went again to only having enjoyable, she fell pregnant!”
Mario, who’s a proud uncle to sister Giovanna’s three kids with Tom Fletcher, additionally stated that it has been his dream to be a father.
The new mother and father acquired engaged final June after a yr of courting, simply three months after discovering that they had a child on the way in which.
They do not plan to cease at one little one both, with Mario telling OK! Magazine: “We need three or 4 youngsters, so hopefully we’ll ultimately find yourself with a boy and a lady.
“We have been presupposed to be getting married in August however we’ve rescheduled for subsequent spring.”