Queer Eye's Tan France welcomes baby boy via surrogate

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Queer Eye's Tan France welcomes son via surrogateBrian Feinzimer - Getty Images

Queer Eye star Tan France has announced the arrival of another son via surrogate.

The resident fashion stylist on the hit Netflix show, shared an Instagram post confirming the happy news and a photo of the newest family member alongside husband Rob France and their eldest son Ismail.

"Welcome baby boy #2, Isaac France, born this past weekend. He completes our little family perfectly," read the caption. "And a huge thank you to our incredible warrior of a surrogate for giving us the greatest gift one could ever give."

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Tan's Queer Eye co-stars were amongst the first to offer their congratulations in the post's comment section. "So happy for the world to meet your new beautiful baby!!! What a blessed family!" wrote Karamo Brown, whilst Bobby Berk added: "My babies havin' babies".

Mad Men star Christina Hendricks wished "so much love" to the new family of four, meanwhile Game of Thrones actress Nathalie Emmanuel also offered her "congratulations".

Tan's husband Rob also commented on the baby announcement post: "My three angels!!!" he wrote alongside four red heart emojis.

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The Next in Fashion host revealed the couple were expecting their second child in April, sharing their excitement about "Ismail having a sibling".

Tan and Rob also welcomed their eldest son via surrogate back in July 2021. The couple waited until August to share the news with the world, with Tan explaining that baby Ismail "came 7 weeks early, so [was] in the NICU for 3 weeks".

The reality star was asked if welcoming a child via surrogacy had impacted his relationship with his son. He told TODAY at the time: "Just because I'm not female and didn't carry my baby and breastfeed my baby doesn't mean that I can't have a strong bond with my baby. He knows that we are the ones feeding him, we are the ones giving him sustenance."

Queer Eye season 7 is available to stream on Netflix now.

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