Congratulations are in order for Enrique Iglesias and Anna Kournikova, as he’s just confirmed news they have welcomed their third child.
The Hero singer, 44, shared the first picture of the couple’s newborn daughter to Instagram and confirmed her birth date in the caption, that read: ‘My Sunshine 01.30.2020.’
Their little girl arrived at the end of January and dad Enrique can be seen cradling the newborn, moments after she was born, while still dressed in his hospital scrubs.
He and Anna are already parents to twins Lucy and Nicholas, two, who were born in December 2017.
His snap comes after reports surfaced revealing Anna had given birth.
Enrique’s brother Julio Jr appeared to confirm the exciting news while speaking on Chilean radio station ADN.
He was asked about rumours that he was going to be an uncle again, with Julio saying: ‘I’ve already become an uncle.’
The presenter, addressing whether Julio was referring to Enrique and Anna’s twins, said: ‘Has the baby already been born?’, with the 46-year-old replying: ‘Yes.’
Julio said it was a ‘secret’ whether Anna had a boy or a girl, but added: ‘My brother now has three children. He’s very happy.’
Enrique and Anna never publicly addressed they were having another baby.
In the past, the couple revealed they were expecting their first children days after their twins Lucy and Nicholas had actually been born.
News of Anna’s third pregnancy only came to light when pictures emerged of her sporting a baby bump while on a yacht in Miami.
She and Enrique have been together for 18 years and he recently opened up about fatherhood and said he hopes he is a ‘cool dad’.
Enrique said: ‘It’s one of the best feelings in the world. [I’m more responsible]. I drive slower. I think about stupid things a few more times before doing them… I hope to be a cool easy-going dad.’
Metro.co.uk has reached out to Enrique and Anna’s reps.
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