Former Apprentice winner Michelle Dewberry has announced the arrival of her son, who has been born nine weeks early.
The businesswoman shared her baby news on Twitter, adding that she would be taking things "day by day" as the premature tot is monitored in a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU).
Sharing photos of her son, the 40-year-old wrote: "So happy to share that I’m now a mummy!
"After a month in hospital & lots of complications, my little man came into this world way too early (31 weeks) but takes after his mamma & is a fighter.
So happy to share that I’m now a mummy!— Michelle Dewberry (@MichelleDewbs) July 21, 2020
After a month in hospital & lots of complications, my little man came into this world way too early (31 weeks) but takes after his mamma & is a fighter
I’m in love❤️
Our next chapter, that of #NICU is now upon us. We take it day by day🙏🏻 pic.twitter.com/xO8TCxNz1s
"I’m in love. Our next chapter, that of NICU is now upon us. We take it day by day."
Dewberry first disclosed that she and partner Simon Jordan, former owner of Crystal Palace, were expecting a baby back in April.
In June, she divulged that her waters had broken at 28 weeks which saw her brought into hospital for an extended stay where she was subsequently diagnosed with preterm premature rupture of the membranes.
At the time, Dewberry described her experience after being admitted to hospital as "pretty horrendous" as well as "traumatic".
Dewberry won the second series of The Apprentice back in 2006. She's also ventured into politics after standing as an independent candidate in the 2017 general election for Hull West and Hessle, with just 5.5% of the vote.
She also stood for the constituency again in 2019 for the Brexit Party, coming third with 18% of the vote.