Jamie Yeo gives birth to her baby boy!

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The little man was born on the 29th of August, according to an Instagram post from the Singaporean star on 24/9/2017.

Singapore TV host, actress, radio DJ and model , Jamie yeo gives birth to her baby boy, as she has shared on Instagram

Now that her confinement period is over, she finally announced the news we’ve all been waiting to hear!

Yes, her little man is finally here and his name is Luke. 

How gorgeous are they?!

Here’s what the proud mummy says: 

Arrived 29 August, a little early at 35 weeks, but healthy and at a respectable 2.35kg. After 3 weeks getting spoilt by the amazing world class nurses and docs in the HD ward of SGH our little man Luke is finally home!

Massive thanks also to the medical staff especially the ever cheerful nurses in the maternity and labour wards, whose experience helped get us through a month of hospitalisation for Mummy and got baby Luke to a safe place for delivery.

Special mention to Prof Yong Tze Tein! We could not have asked for a cooler or more competent gynea! Now we’re finally looking forward to bonding time at home for all the family.

Thanks in advance for all the well-wishes and apologies if we don’t get back to you all as we adjust to sleep deprivation and numerous diaper changes!!

Earlier this year, Jamie shared her doublefold happiness about both her pregnancy and her marriage to British expatriate Rupert, announcing back then that “It’s going to be a boy!!”. 

She also mentioned, “When he [Rupert] first suggested marriage last year, we decided we really wanted another little one pottering around the house. Now here we are, 5 months pregnant.”

Little Luke is half-brother to Jamie’s daughter Alysia from her previous marriage to Thorston Nolte. 

We are sure Alysia is going to make an amazing big sister, and here’s wishing this gorgeous blended family all the best and a big congratulations from us at theAsianparent! 

Images from Instagram. 

If you had one message of parenting wisdom for this gorgeous family, what would it be?