Celebrity Families

Sylvia Jeffreys and Peter Stefanovic share more gorgeous pics of their newborn son - and yes, he's ridiculously cute

The Channel Nine presenter welcomed her son earlier this week.

By Jess Pullar
Sylvia Jeffreys and Pete Stefanovic are proud parents to two, adorable boys.
We can now confirm this feat given Sylvia and Pete have both shared the first photos of their newest addition, Henry - and yes, he is absolutely... well... adorable.
We'll let the pics speak for themselves.
The TV presenter announced she had welcomed her son on Wednesday with a beautiful picture of the newborn.
"Henry. Our gorgeous, healthy little boy makes us a family of four. His proud parents couldn't be happier. His big brother is learning to be gentle. Big love all around," Sylvia shared with her following.
Sylvia shared this precious photo of a curious Henry touching his mother's hand. (Instagram)
And less than a day later, the 34-year-old shared an extra pic - this time of herself cradling her son.
In the pic, little Henry's is seen sleeping peacefully - with a button nose and brunette wisps of hair, he really is ridiculously cute.
Henry sleeps peacefully in his mother's arms. (Instagram)
Doting dad Pete also shared a precious video of his son lying in the hospital.
"Henry George," Pete wrote.
"The newest littlest member of our squad of four, led by my hero - @sylviajeffreys 💕"
In the gorgeous video, Henry gazes up into the camera looking curious (and did we mention adorable?).
Sorry, but is this not the cutest baby ever? (Instagram)

It's an exciting step for the pair, who also share an elder son Oscar, who is one.
Speaking to The Weekly in March, Sylvia chatted about her joy in having a family of boys.
"When we tell them our boys will be 14 or 15 months apart, they roll their eyes and say, 'Good luck!' But the silver lining is that, with the world being the way it is right now, we're not missing out on anything being stuck in the baby bubble. So we may as well stay here in the zone and ride it out," she said at the time.
"I love the idea of being a boy mum because I was a tomboy as a kid, very sporty, and I like the idea of rumbling around with a couple of boys."

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