Zoë Foster Blake and Hamish Blake have officially welcomed their second baby, a daughter named Rudy!
Hamish announced the arrival of their daughter on Instagram, saying: ''Admitting another patron into the nightclub my wife and I run (I'm security, she's the DJ). We have a fairly strict door policy as you have to be a child of the DJ and/or bouncer, so it's always great to get someone new through the door. The photo copy I took of her license says her name is Rudy Hazel Blake and I'm just about to tell her it's a $12 cover charge. Nah, just messing with you Rudy, babies drink for free and you're cute as hell. Free entry.
Zoe also shared a photo from her Instagram account, writing: 'Introducing Rudy Hazel Blake. Or, as she's known in hip-hop circles, the Notorious RHB. Or, as she's known to her brother, Blobby The Sister. She was born on 17-7-17 cos she's super into auspicious numerology, came in at 4000/10 on the Teeny Cute Person scale, and has morphed her parents into gooey love monsters. 💜'
The author of hit TV show The Wrong Girl announced she was pregnant in February with a hilarious Instagram post, inspired by Beyonce's own pregnancy photo.
"When @beyonce and I fell pregnant at the exact same time, we were so happy. We made a best friend pact to announce the news with high-concept, oversaturated floral imagery and mismatched lingerie on the SECOND of February. But not only did my “best friend” announce her pregnancy on the FIRST of February, she added an extra baby to make sure HER announcement was more special. Unfortunately, as you can see, news of her betrayal came through mid-photo shoot, but you get the gist," she wrote.
In the final stages of her pregnancy, the Go-To founder shared an intimate baby bump photo, captioning: "Modeled with painstaking precision on the ball used in the '97 NBA finals between the Bulls and the Jazz".
The parents also have a three-year-old named Sonny.
Hamish opened up about his adorable son in an interview on 60 Minutes: "When Sonny arrived, I just instantly went ‘Alright, if I’m a dad, and that’s all I do for the rest of my life, I’ll be rapped. I just expect the same thing to happen with number two, I’m just looking forward to falling in love."
This article originally appeared on WHO.