Lauren Conrad has announced that she has welcomed her second child with her husband, William Tell.
The 33 year old took to Instagram to announce that she and William have welcomed a second baby boy, alongside a cute drawing of her growing family.
She wrote: “Our sweet baby boy, Charlie Wolf Tell, has arrived!”
The couple are already parents to son Liam James Tell, two, who was born in 2017.
Lauren shared a gorgeous picture of her baby bump while she wore a bikini last month, as she revealed she was ready to welcome her new arrival.
She wrote: “Currently somewhere between “Get this baby out of me!” and “Stay in there kid! We still have so much prep to do!”.
“And thank you @hannahskvarla for taking this photo on our way back from the pool. This counts as a maternity shoot, right?”
Lauren and William celebrated their fifth wedding anniversary earlier this year, with the star posting a throwback picture from their wedding day.
The cute snap shows Lauren sitting on William’s lap as they share a kiss.
Lauren captioned the gorgeous picture: “5 years ago today. Happy Anniversary my love x.”
Fashion designer Lauren also used Instagram to announce the news that she was expanding her brood, earlier this year.
Sharing a gorgeous image of herself cradling her blossoming bump, she wrote: “It’s been hard to keep this one to myself!
“Very excited to share that our family will be getting a little bigger this year.”
Lauren’s new arrival comes months after MTV’s The Hills was rebooted with a new spin-off show, New Beginnings, which follows the lives of the original cast members.
However, Lauren – the original star of the hit reality show – did not return to shoot scenes alongside Heidi Montag, Spencer Pratt, Stephanie Pratt and Brody Jenner.
Lauren’s former co-star Whitney Port told The Hollywood Reporter last year: “I don’t judge Lauren for not wanting to do it.
“I have tried to convince Lauren through people. I haven’t gotten directly to her, but I recently spoke to one of her friends and I was like, ‘Tell her to do it!”
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