Cat Deeley announces she’s welcomed second child with husband Patrick Kielty

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  • Cat Deeley has announced she's welcomed her second child with husband Patrick Kielty.

    The TV presenter confirmed the news in a statement to People magazine, which read: ‘We are over the moon with happiness and Milo is the perfect big brother.’

    The couple did not reveal whether they welcomed a baby girl or a baby boy and which baby name they picked for their second child.

    It’s also unclear when the 41-year-old gave birth, as she’d previously said she was due in spring, and the last time she posted a baby bump picture on Instagram was back in the beginning of May.

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    Cat announced she was expecting her second child back in January, when she wrote on Twitter: ‘Over the moon to share that Milo is going to be a big brother! Can’t wait to be a family of four in the spring. We’re all so excited. ❤️’

    This is Cat and Patrick’s second child, after they welcomed a little boy named Milo in 19 January 2016.

    The couple married back in September 2012, in an intimate ceremony in Rome after dating for nearly a year.

    Discussing how the two got together at work – as they were co-presenters BBC’s Fame Academy before becoming friends – the Irish comedian said on Lorraine last year: ‘I broke the rule of don’t get your money where you get your honey.

    ‘But we went there and what’s good about it is whenever you’re with one someone who’s a mate to start with, you don’t have to go through all that awkward dating. You just crack on!’

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    Speaking about motherhood earlier this year, the So You Think You Can Dance presenter told People that she does finds parenthood hard, but there’s no love like it.

    ‘I think it’s a hard job — if you want to do a really good job, it’s hard work. If you really care and you really want to make it, you put pressure on yourself,’ she said.

    ‘That’s kind of what I think, but I don’t think there’s any other job in the world where you have to put love into every second of it. You can’t coast’, the mum-of-two added.