It's happy news for Pippa Middleton and her husband James Matthews, as her brother-in-law, Spencer, has welcomed his first child.
Made in Chelsea star Spencer Matthews – who is James’ younger brother – and his wife Vogue Williams, revealed they have become parents for the first time with an adorable Instagram post.
Alongside a sweet snap of the newborn’s legs, 32-year-old Vogue wrote, “This morning at 3:55am, we welcomed our son into a quiet London hospital… He is beautiful and healthy. We feel truly blessed”.
Meanwhile, Spencer shared the same message, but added, “Couldn’t be more proud of @voguewilliams,” along with a heart emoji.
The news means that Pippa – who is eight months pregnant herself – has now become an Auntie for the fourth time, following the births of Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.
While Spencer and Vogue are yet to reveal the baby’s name, hundreds of their followers and celebrity friends couldn’t wait to congratulate them.
Spencer’s friend Lydia Bright wrote, “So special, so happy for you both 💙”, while Loose Women star Denise Van Outen added, “Massive congrats to you both.”
Presenter Frankie Bridge also posted, “Congratulations guys @spencermatthews … soak up all the newborn you can. Just the best. Hope your all doing well xxxx”.
Vogue and Spencer met on Channel 4 show The Jump back in 2017 and got engaged backstage at The Lion King musical in January. Just a few months later, Spencer announced the news the pair were expecting their first baby.
Spencer, 29, stood by his brother James’ side, as he married the Duchess of Cambridge’s sister Pippa, in an intimate ceremony at St. Mark’s Church, Englefield in May last year.
The reality star even got to rub shoulders with royalty as he welcomed Prince William and Prince Harry to the event.
Unfortunately, Vogue wasn’t allowed to go to the nuptials at the time given that her relationship with Spencer was so new.
However, when Spencer and Vogue married in June at the Matthews’ family estate in Scotland, it’s thought Pippa and James were both there.
FROM: Woman, our sister site. Written by Naomi Bartram.