Lady Victoria Hervey is one proud auntie as her sister Isabella gives birth

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Lady Victoria Hervey has a new role – she's become an auntie! Her younger sister Isabella has given birth to a baby boy, and proud Victoria couldn't wait to share the news online.

Posting a photo of the adorable newborn on Instagram, Victoria wrote: "I'm finally an Auntie. Victor was born 8.30am local time on January 5, weighing 3.1 kilos :). Very easy birth apparently."

The little boy, who was named after his late grandfather Victor, 6th Marquess of Bristol, was pictured sleeping in his cot, wrapped up in a white blanket and matching cosy hat.

Im finally an Auntie. Victor was born 8.30am local time on January 5, weighing 3.1 kilos :) . Very easy birth apparently.

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Baby Victor was named after his late grandfather Victor, 6th Marquess of Bristol

Victoria is the elder daughter of the late Marquess and his wife Yvonne, and is five years older than her sister. Speaking exclusively to HELLO! magazine last year, Victoria, 39, spoke about her wish to one day have children.

"I need to step on it, you know, but I feel like I'm mentally and physically ready to have kids and I think I was definitely not ready, even a year ago," she said. "I've definitely thought about having my eggs frozen just to have them there."

The former It Girl, who was known for her partying lifestyle, revealed that it was her sister's wedding in September 2014 that prompted her to reassess her life.

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Lady Victoria Hervey, 39, revealed she would like to have children one day

"It put me in motion to get my life together, because she's five years younger than me," said Victoria. "When that happens, you're like, 'Oh okay, maybe I need to make some changes because whatever I'm doing isn't working.'"

"I have really wanted to make a change in my life," Victoria added. "Within the past six months I've been hanging out a lot more with my married friends with kids because they have a proper structure and they're reliable.

"It really gets to me when the party friends say they'll do things when they're drunk at night, but can they deliver at 9am the next day? I want to be productive."

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