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Exclusive: Jack Osbourne and wife Lisa welcome baby girl

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Congratulations to Jack Osbourne and his wife Lisa who have welcomed another baby girl into their happy family. HELLO! can exclusively reveal that the little girl, who Jack and Lisa have called Andy Rose, was born on Saturday 13 June, and she weighed 6lb 11oz.

The couple, who are already parents to young daughter Pearl, revealed that they were expecting a second child in February.

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Jack and Lisa's baby girl is the second grandchild for Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne

Reaching out to his 165,000 followers on Instagram, Jack posted a photo of the two important girls in his life – Lisa and toddler Pearl – and captioned it: "Supprise!!!!! #round2 #babyinbound."

In the sweet snap, fair-haired Pearl was pictured cuddling up to her mum and beaming out at the camera, while Lisa proudly showed off her burgeoning baby bump.

It appeared that Pearl had also already started thinking about her big sister duties. Uploading the same photo on her blog Raddest Mom, Lisa explained how her firstborn was preparing for her important role: "I'm pregnant! Pearl is very happy to become a big sister. She diligently reads her 'I'm a big sister' books every night & recites to me her plans of bathing, feeding, singing to, and holding the baby.

"We are more than halfway through this thing & are very excited to be parents again! Thanks for all the well wishes."

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The pair had a fright in May however, when Lisa found herself in a car accident following Pearl's third birthday celebrations. Luckily, Lisa took to Instagram to confirm that her and baby were doing well.

"When some a-hole rear ends your car & you have to spend 24 hours in L&D getting monitored as standard protocol," Lisa captioned an Instagram picture of her baby bump encased in a monitor.

She continued: "Baby is fine, but I am losing my mind up in here! Cried on the phone with Pearl bc I wasn't there tonight to put her to sleep. Feeling so much sympathy for the women who have to be in this unit on bed rest for weeks and months due to serious complications. My heart goes out to you."

HELLO! will be bringing you the first photos of the new arrival with her family soon.

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