Natasha Bedingfield has given birth to her first child with her husband Matthew Robinson, the star confirmed in an Instagram post.
Natasha Bedingfield has given birth.
The 36-year-old singer welcomed her first child with husband Matthew Robinson at the end of 2017, and confirmed the news with an excited Instagram post uploaded to the site on New Year's Day (01.01.18).
In the snap, Natasha can be seen from her hospital bed clutching a Starbucks coffee cup with the word ''Mum'' written on it.
She captioned the photo: ''Omg! Guess what just happened at the very end of this year! The happiest new Year ever! (sic)''
As of the time of writing, the 'Unwritten' hitmaker has yet to confirm any details about the tot, and so the gender and name are still unknown.
Natasha first revealed she was expecting a baby in October, when she gave an interview stating she and her spouse - whom she married in 2009 - were ''so exited'' to begin their journey into parenthood.
She said at the time: ''Becoming a mum is something I've always dreamed of but for a long time I felt it was way off in the distance. Now the bump is starting to really show, it's sinking in that this is really happening. I'm so excited to embrace this huge life-change. And Matt is super supportive.''
The 'I Wanna Have Your Babies' singer also announced the news on Twitter, where she shared a professional photo of herself and Matt cradling her burgeoning baby bump.
She captioned the snap: ''We are thrilled to announce that Matt and I are preggers! #Surprise! Pic by @itsTroyJensen (sic)''
The same photo was also shared on Instagram, where Natasha said she was ''thrilled'' to announce the happy news.
She wrote: ''Matt and I are thrilled to share with you all that we are bringing a new little life into the world! We can't wait to embark on this amazing journey together A huge thanks to my friend @itstroyjensen for capturing this wonderful moment in time for us (sic)''
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