Tennis ace Andy Murray and his gorgeous wife Kim Sears welcomed their second daughter into the world last week.
The couple, who are already parents to little Sophia - who was born in February 2016 - kept their new arrival under wraps for around a week before making the big announcement.
But as the saying goes, good news travels fast, and just a day after the announcement, John Hill - a butcher in Andy's hometown of Dunblane, Scotland, created a unique tribute to the latest member of the Murray family.
A VERY unique tribute.
And... well... slightly terrifying one.
Because John Hill the butcher decided the best way to celebrate to birth of the latest Murray offspring was to create a baby out of raw meat (lorne sausage with links for her arms to be precise).
Explaining the thinking behind his meaty masterpiece, John told The Scottish Sun: "We thought this would be a funny way to let people know."
And John isn't the only one excited about the Murray's newest addition.
Andy's grandad Roy Erskine told Heart Scotland News : "We've known for a wee while... I can't remember exactly when it was but it was last week sometime.
"Andy phoned and told us originally and told us obviously that everything's okay. Mum and baby are both doing well."
Meanwhile Andy's granny Shirley added: "We're absolutely delighted.
"Another little girl, a little sister for Sophia. Hopefully that will be great for her too, she'll have a little playmate!"
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