BBC Breakfast’s Nina Warhurst welcomes baby girl, with co-stars announcing the news live on air
BBC broadcaster Nina Warhurst has welcomed her third child, her co-stars have confirmed.
The journalist, originally from Sale in Greater Manchester, has been off air on maternity leave for the last two weeks.
And her BBC Breakfast colleagues Sally Nugent and Jon Kay announced on air today that she has now given birth to a baby girl.
It’s Nina’s third child with husband Ed Fraser, with the couple already sharing sons Digby and Michael.
Sally told viewers on Monday morning: “Some very exciting news now about our colleague Nina Warhurst, who we said goodbye to not very many days ago as she went off on maternity leave.
“She has welcomed a very healthy, beautiful baby girl.”
She added that Nina was watching from home with the new arrival.
The beautiful baby girl doesn’t yet have a name, which is a ‘work in progress’, Jon said.
He continued: “The great news is they’re all doing well after what Nina says was brilliant care from the team at St Mary’s in Manchester. Isn’t she gorgeous?”
BBC Breakfast also shared two adorable photos of the newborn baby girl, including one of Nina beaming with her daughter in her arms.
Congratulations Nina and Ed!
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