Pussycat Dolls' Kimberly Wyatt welcomes second child with husband Max Rogers

What a cute name!

Kimberly Wyatt has revealed she's welcomed her second child (opens in new tab) with husband Max Rogers.

Congratulations are in order for the former Pussycat Doll, as she's announced she's welcomed her second child with a sweet snap on social media.

The dancer took to Instagram to confirm her lovely news, telling fans that she had given birth to another girl.

The couple went for an unusual baby name (opens in new tab), deciding to name their second child Maple Lyla.

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Captioning the adorable picture of tiny Maple, Kimberly wrote: 'So happy and proud to introduce our little girl, Maple Lyla Rogers. #proudmummy #family #love'

Her followers were quick to congratulate the couple on their bundle of joy, commenting to send their well-wishes to the family.

One wrote: 'How fabulous.... such amazing news 🎉 congratulations to you all. Hope you and baby are well 😘'

Kimberly recently made an appearance on Sunday Brunch

A second said: 'Congratulations on the birth of another little princess 👑🌸🍼🦄', while a third wrote: 'Congratulations!! She's gorgeous!! Having two is so much fun 😘'

A fourth commented: 'Congratulations 👶 she's beautiful xx big sister willow 💕💜'.

Kimberly met her now husband Max, a fellow dancer, in 2011, and the pair got engaged two years later, in 2013. They tied the knot in February 2014, and became parents for the first time when they welcomed daughter Willow in December of the same year.

Kimberly announced she was expecting her second child in April 2017, once again taking to Instagram to make the reveal.

Posting a picture of her eldest daughter Willow looking up to her and holding her baby bump, Kimberly wrote at the time: 'There's a little bun-ny in the oven 🐰❤️ Happy Easter! 🐣'.

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Talking about having more children, Kimberly told HELLO! magazine before announcing her second pregnancy: 'We always wanted Willow to have a sibling and really hoped that they would be as close in age as possible, although you don't always get to choose when these things happen.'

Congratulations to the adorable family!