Singing sensation Dami Im and husband Noah Kim have officially welcomed their first child

And just in time for Eurovision.
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She’s wowed on the world stage at Eurovision, jived her way into our hearts on Dancing With The Stars and cooked up a storm on MasterChef but now Dami Im has a new project – being a mum!

The 33-year-old singer and husband Noah Kim have officially welcomed their first child.

Taking to Instagram, Dami wrote: “My burrito, welcome to this world 120522 Harrison Noah Kim.”

Proud dad Noah also announced the news on his own social media profile, penning: “Welcome to the world “Harrison Noah Kim” 😀 고생 많았어 😭 @damiim.”

Dami announced her pregnancy back in December, sharing a snap of an ultrasound scan with her fanbase.

“I got a gig booked in Brisbane for May 2022 at the maternity ward,” she wrote in the Instagram caption.

Noah reposted his wife’s exciting announcement, adding: “Life is full of surprises.”

The bub is Dami and husband Noah’s first child.

(Image: Instagram)

Dami and Noah were childhood sweethearts who first met through church.

Though Dami had a crush on him as a 13-year-old, she told The Australian Women’s Weekly that Noah had always treated her like a younger sister, that is until seven years later when he returned from compulsory national service in Korea.

“He’s a confident person,” she revealed. “I don’t think there are many men who would feel so comfortable when their wife is doing well. During The X Factor he was very much ‘Dami’s husband’ and he left work for two years to support me.”

The couple have been married since 2012 – a year before she found fame on The X Factor Australia – and it was Noah, who is now a social worker, who convinced his wife to audition for the show.

Though she admitted that her plans on how many babies she wants has varied over the years, in 2014 Dami said that she probably won’t stop at one.

“I will have kids one day, maybe two or three,” the Sound of Silence singer told Confidential on Nova.

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