Sarah-Jane Crawford gives birth: Star welcomes baby daughter and shares beautiful photo

TV presenter Sarah-Jane Crawford has welcomed her second child.

The presenter, 38, and her football manager partner Brian Barry-Murphy announced the happy news today, December 3, on Instagram via an adorable photo of the couple with their newborn, but admitted they hadn’t given their new daughter a name yet.

Smiling alongside Brian and with their baby cradled in her arms, Sarah-Jane said: “She’s finally here!!

"Want to thank Asma Khalil & Pat O’Brien for your unbelievable excellence and emotional intelligence at bringing a baby into the world and making me feel, as always that I can trust you with my life.

"To our lovely midwife Breda who helped our little girl get back to a normal breathing pattern and remaining calm under pressure (without me even knowing) and for helping me to recover. Also to the midwives through the night whose ears I chewed off.”

Sarah-Jane and Brian already share one daughter called Summer, who was born in August 2020.

The presenter added: “To Brian and all my friends and family who have helped with Summer or offered ( who’s smitten with her sister ) also special thanks to auntie @cindyhumphrey1

“Ps: Baby girl emerged to Wham ‘Last Xmas’ from my C-Section playlist which was on shuffle, told you I love that song!! She’s unnamed as yet but we do have a couple of faves. But feel free to tell me any girl’s names you think would suit”.

Sarah-Jane revealed the news that she was expecting a second daughter last month via a social media post that saw her pop a balloon marked: “Little sister or little brother”.

The former Xtra Factor presenter popped the balloon to reveal a flurry of pink confetti as her one year old daughter Summer danced excitedly.

The star announced news of her pregnancy back in July, candidly documenting her pregnancy journey the second time around, admitting on social media that her first trimester was "brutal".

"I always feel guilty for vocalising how difficult certain elements of pregnancy are because I know that there are many people trying to conceive, and I know for myself I never knew whether I'd ever have a baby, due to things that doctors told me in principle rather than practice," she said.

Sarah-Jane continued: "Having said that, I do think it's important that as women we are honest about our mental and physical health, especially because there are so many people out there struggling with pregnancy and actually find it quite hellish to go through."

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