Massive congratulations are in order for Jodi Albert and Kian Egan who have welcomed their third baby boy.

 

Jodi shared a photo of the little boy’s feet resting in his dad’s hands, with a hospital bracelet attached around each of his ankles.

 

“Our little cub is finally here”, she wrote. “Cobi Egan was born yesterday at 5.37pm....Mummy and baby are doing amazing!!! We are all so in love with him!!!”

 

Fans congratulated the couple on their wonderful news with one writing: “Big congratulations to you both on the birth of your baby son Cobi. Wonderful news. Sending lots of love to you all”.

 

“Congratulations to you all and what a gorgeous name”, another follower gushed.

 

 

The couple have once again opted for an unusual name. Their eldest son Koa, is now five, while little Zekey is two years old.

 

Earlier this year, Jodi broke the exciting news on her Instagram, by sharing a photo of a pregnancy book, saying: “Looks like I may need this again. Baby no. 3.”

  

Kian also shared the snap shortly after, echoing his wife’s excitement.

 

Jodi previously revealed that she'd suffered from postnatal depression after giving birth to Koa.

 

She said: “For a little while I had a little bit of postnatal depression but I didn’t realise I had it. I went through a lot when I was pregnant. Westlife ended, Wonderland ended. A few of my friends kind of left our lives. And my mum was sick as well”, she explained.

 

Congrats to Kian and Jodi, such wonderful news!

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