This news follows after Isabelle and her husband Alex Richards shared to Instagram on December 8, informing us all of the birth of their baby.
Isabelle captioned the post saying, "RUBY EMILY RICHARDS. The female body is truly incredible. My daughter is here and the experience was grounding and empowering."
"@embracejaclynw we trusted you and you held us 🩺🤍 @ajrichards6 so honoured to see you become a besotted father 🥰 I’m hormonal and in a love bubble. More to come soon," she continued.
Alex also shared a heartfelt message for Isabelle and his newborn daughter.
"This little one just changed my life 💕👶🏼 Ruby Emily Richards, you have no idea how loved you are going to be," he wrote.
"You instantly gave me another purpose in life. I can’t wait to watch you grow. @isabellesilbery your feminine energy when you brought her into the world was so powerful. You’re amazing ❤️."
Isabelle has a nine-year-old son from her previous marriage, and has suffered miscarriages in the past.
About a week before the birth if baby Ruby, she spoke with the Herald Sun about her mental health and how her past experiences have significantly added to her anxiety.
“I should be over the moon but I did not feel like that, (and you ask) what’s wrong with me,” she said.
“My oldest is nine and it’s been so long between drinks, it takes so long to get your body back and your mind back and your lifestyle is so good now. It was just allowing myself to process that it will be OK.”
The 36-year-old is determined to overcome her struggles and help other women who are suffering from similar struggles.
“It’s amazing when you start a conversation openly what then comes your way,” she said.
“So many women haven’t had the rainbows and butterflies pregnancies and it’s totally OK to not. And to kind of put your hand up when things aren’t feeling OK.
"Getting the right therapy and medication, now I feel so different about it. I’m ready and positive and I’m in the best head space I can be for this phase.”
In October, Isabelle shared a sweet pregnancy update featuring her beloved grandmother Emmie, also taking to her Instagram with a carousel of happy images from her baby shower.
"It's been quite the pregnancy rollercoaster but I couldn't have done it without the support of my tribe. Bringing everyone together to celebrate baby Richards made my heart full 💜," Isabelle penned before adding: "The best part being mum surprising me with a visit from Emmie! Gosh, this little girl inside me is going to be surrounded by amazing women who can't wait to meet her!"
The happy snaps come just weeks after she revealed the gender of her unborn child.
Speaking with our sister publication Woman's Day, Isabelle admitted that "there will be three women on the couch again."
"Mum is so excited I'm having a girl. She always told me, 'It's up to you to have another woman in the family,'" Isabelle admitted.
Announcing the happy news to her Instagram on June 6th, Isabelle wrote "It’s happening."
"Just days before our appointment with a fertility specialist, this little one decided that the time was right for us now and we couldn’t be happier!"
"I won’t lie, it’s been a rough start. I’m sick, sick of being sick, unable to do all my normal stuff & mentally exhausted. I do love my new boobs though!"
"My favourite part has been telling Emmie over and over again, reliving the surprised smile on her face," she continued.
"Even though eating fruit tingles and binging #oneborneveryminute is currently helping, I couldn’t do this without @ajrichards6 looking after us."
Friends and fans rushed to the comment section to share messages of well-wishes and congratulations.
"How amazing! So happy for you guys! Congratulations," commented fellow Gogglebox star and new dad Matty Fahd.
"Congratulations sweetheart we are so happy for you both," replied Gogglebox's Lee and Keith.
In 2021, Isabelle, who shares son Alex with an ex-partner and married Alex Richards earlier this year opened up on her experience with pregnancy loss, sharing with followers details of her "really tough time."
"I was pregnant and then I wasn’t," she wrote, alongside a broken heart emoji.
"Miscarriage is so hard… and after experiencing it myself recently and hearing the stories of other women and couples, I realise how common it is. I feel that it’s clearly not spoken about openly enough.
"It’s been a really rough time… the rollercoaster of getting my head around being a mother again and then suddenly having it taken away. I’m working my way through it and have had great support from my psychologist and my mates."
"What’s also been challenging is simultaneously supporting myself but also Alex as we process our individual losses," she continued in her post.
Isabelle’s former Gogglebox co-stars Yvie Jones and Angie Kent were among those to share their support for the star as she shared her story on social media. Isabelle also revealed she's had the support of her loved ones as she and Alex told them 'early on'.
"We shared our happy news openly with our friends and family early on and we don’t regret this because it’s enabled us to be so well supported as we get through this," she wrote.
"I now understand all the amazing women who have been through this and my heart goes out to all of you… wherever you are."