Hes here: 45-year-old Alanis Morissette has given birth to her third child

45-year-old Alanis Morissette has given birth to her third child with Mario 'Souleye' Treadway, and has given her newborn boy an unusual name.

The singer welcomed her baby boy last Thursday and the couple confirmed the wonderful news via Instagram.

Sharing a beautiful black and white photo of the newborn, Alanis revealed that they have named him Winter Mercy Morissette-Treadway.


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The Ironic singer wrote: "He’s here.️ Winter Mercy Morissette -Treadway. 8/8/19."

Alanis shared a picture of herself in March with a small baby bump recording new music in the studio.

Mario and Alanis share eight-year-old son Ever Imre and two-year-old daughter Onyx Solace together. Alanis married rapper Mario Treadway in 2010 after she became a US citizen in 2005.


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Speaking to Biography about parenthood and a music career, Alanis joked: "I have discovered the virtues of coffee, truly. Coffee has become very helpful in that I’m sleeping a lot less."

She continued:

"Previously, personal fulfilment was at home, and then I was on the road, living my vocation. Everything was really compartmentalised. Separate. There was this, and then there was that. Now everything is really integrated.

“I come into my room to do an interview, I go breastfeed, I talk to my husband, I go write a song. Everything’s blended together and, frankly, not a moment too soon. It’s always been a goal, this integration.”


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The Canadian star also been candid about the issue of coping with postpartum depression following the births of her first two children.

Speaking to People in 2017, Alanis said: "There are days I’m debilitated to the point where I can barely move."

The singer added: "As a kid, I imagined having children and being with an amazing partner. This is a whole other wrench I didn’t anticipate."

Feature image: Instagram/@alanis_n_morissette



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