First glimpse of Sophie Ellis-Bextor's baby

First glimpse of Sophie Ellis-Bextor's baby

Singer Sophie Ellis-Bextor has given birth to her fourth child

 Murder on the Dancefloor singer Sophie Ellis-Bextor has given birth to a baby boy she's named Jesse, born on Tuesday 3 November.

 The little one joins Bextor's brood of boys - her fourth child with husband Richard Jones and little brother to Sonny, 11, Kit, six, and Ray, three.

The 36-year-old and newborn Jessie were welcomed home with a delicious-looking cake from his auntie - who also posted this adorable snap.

Congratulations both!

 

 

Perfect Saturday night with teeny tiny new nephew

A photo posted by @marthaellisleach on

 

Fabulous cake @marthaellisleach !! Jesse is a lucky nephew xx

A photo posted by @sophieellisbextor on

 

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