Congratulations to Natalia Vodianova and her partner Antoine Arnault, who have welcomed their second child together. The supermodel gave birth to a baby boy called Roman on Saturday, and gave the first glimpse at her bundle of joy on Instagram.
"Last Saturday early in the morning, our family welcomed a new baby boy: Roman. A beautiful little shrimp, discovering the world already with the help of his brothers and sister, and making Papa very proud," Natalia wrote.
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Natalia Vodianova has welcomed a baby boy called Roman
"I am well, even if a bit tired, but ready for a big summer! Thank you to all my friends for their messages and to everyone for their support."
The sweet snap shows the baby boy's foot raised into the air, with a hospital tag wrapped around his ankle. Unsurprisingly the happy news was well received by Natalia's one million Instagram followers, and attracted hundreds of comments and well-wishes from fans.
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Roman is the second child that Natalia and Antoine share. The couple welcomed a son named Maxim together in May 2014. Natalia also has three children – Lucas, Neva and Viktor – from her marriage to British property heir Justin Portman.
Roman is Natalia's second child with boyfriend Antoine Arnault
Natalia and her French boyfriend, who is CEO of luxury men's shoe label Berluti, confirmed that they were dating in 2011 after they were pictured kissing on holiday in Ibiza. The blonde beauty had separated from her husband of nine years a few months before.
Earlier this year Natalia opened up to HELLO! about how she stays in shape after having children. The 34-year-old admitted that she doesn't exercise much, explaining: "I have done Pilates, but I am genuinely always on the move, always busy and always doing something so I guess it's the stress that burns the calories.
"However, I follow the blood type diet and I am AB+, which means I am allowed bread and dairy but only certain kinds of diet. It doesn't feel restrictive and it's for health rather than vanity."