Leona Lewis’ little baby has arrived.
The “Bleeding Love” singer, 37, gave birth to her and husband Denise Jauch’s first child on July 22.
“And then there were three – our little Carmel Allegra arrived 22.7.22,” she captioned a photo of the family holding their baby girl.
The “X Factor” winner hinted at her due date when she announced her pregnancy in March.
“Can’t wait to see you in the summer,” Louise captioned her baby bump debut on Instagram those days.
Jouch, 33, celebrated the news with the same photo, writing, “The biggest gift I could have asked for is coming this summer ️ You are a hot** mama @leonalewis.”
The couple got married in July 2019 in Italy.
“I will cherish this day for the rest of my life,” wrote the bride via Instagram next month. “Nine years ago this wonderful person came into my life and last weekend we said ‘I do’ while surrounded by the people we love.
“From our family-style dinner in the vineyards of Tuscany to our ceremony in the tiny chapel that sheltered us from the storm outside, to the singing and dancing party all night, every moment was the gift of love,” she continued.
In November of the following year, Lewis told the telegraph That they were considering adopting and starting a family.
“I want kids … but I’m still figuring things out,” the England native said in a 2020 interview. “If it were up to my husband, we’d have kids tomorrow.”
When Louise conceived in 2021, she became “severely ill and unable to leave home” due to a “challenging” first trimester.
She gave a glimpse of her “healing” journey in March instagram videoEncouraging others to “spend time in nature.”
“Better In Time” songwriter Her pregnancy struggles explained in detail in May.
“Late last year I found out I was pregnant while on tour which was the best news ever because honestly I didn’t even know if I would be a mom,” she wrote at the time . “It’s been quite a journey.”
Lewis said that despite “suffering from a terrible illness” while on tour, his goal was always to “show and pay attention” to his fans. [they] deserve.”