Ivanka Trump has given birth to a baby boy.
The heiress and her husband, Jared Kushner - who are already parents to two-year-old Arabella - welcomed their second child into the world on Monday (14.10.13), and the 'Celebrity Apprentice' star took to Twitter to share the happy news with her followers.
She wrote: ''We just welcomed a beautiful & healthy son into the world. Jared, Arabella and I couldn't be happier!''
The blonde's fans were quick to send their blessings and well-wishes, with one posting: ''Mazel tov! Enjoy your new addition! (sic)''
Another enthused: ''Congratulations! That is so wonderful as now you have a daughter and a son, such a beautiful family! God Bless all.. :) (sic)''
Proud multi-millionaire grandfather Donald Trump was thrilled to welcome another member to his family.
He exclaimed: ''My beautiful daughter Ivanka just had a healthy baby boy. Jared and Ivanka are very proud!''
'The Apprentice' star was overwhelmed by the messages of support which came flooding in from his 2.3 million Twitter followers.
Donald added: ''Thanks to all for the wonderful congratulation sent to me on the birth of Ivanka's little boy - so nice!''
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