Charlotte Church confirms she has welcomed third child

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Watch: Charlotte Church has had a baby!

Charlotte Church has confirmed that she has quietly welcomed a baby girl.

The Voice Of An Angel star is already mum to daughter Ruby, 13, and son Dexter, 12, and has now added another little girl to her brood.

Church had not shared her baby news until now, but Holly Willoughby let the cat out of the bag on This Morning this week when she referred to the singer’s “three kids”.

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The star, 35, has now confirmed it is the case by introducing her new daughter on the Sink The Pink Pop Tarts podcast.

Charlotte Church during the Pussy Riot: In Conversation event, at The Park stage at the Glastonbury Festival, at Worthy Farm in Somerset.
Charlotte Church (PA)

Holding up the baby, who was clad in a pink outfit, she said: “I would love to introduce you to my little baby. COVID realness honey.”

Church shares Ruby and Dexter with her ex Gavin Henson, who she was with from 2005 until 2010.

Screengrab of Charlotte Church and her baby (Sink The Pink Pop Tarts podcast)
Screengrab of Charlotte Church and her baby (Sink The Pink Pop Tarts podcast)

She tied the knot with musician Jonathan Powell in 2017.

That same year the Crazy Chick singer revealed that she had suffered a miscarriage.

A post on her Twitter account said at the time: “Charlotte and Jonny are very sad to announce that they lost their baby. Now is a time for grieving and being together as a family.”

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The singer revealed in March last year that she was expecting again, mentioning it in a tweet about not making it to an event.

“Gutted to have missed it,” she wrote. “I’m preggers so I’m airing on the side of caution in terms of virus. It looks like it was a great success. X.”

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