Celebrity Families

Sylvia Jeffreys and Peter Stefanovic ring in a very exciting family milestone with their newborn son Henry

Brother Oscar was in on the fun.

By Faye Couros
Life with a newborn is filled with surprises, love and plenty of milestones, with some that are life-defining and others that are small but extraordinary.
This week, proud mother of two Sylvia Jeffreys took to Instagram to honour her son Henry turning two months old.
In a series of sweet snaps posted to her page, the newborn bub can be seen cuddling up to his proud big brother Oscar, one.
Happy two months! The brotherly love between Oscar and Henry is too cute. Instagram
The first pic shows the two boys sitting next to each other on the couch with the word "two" emblazoned across the photo/
Then in picture two, Henry pokes his tongue out as he reaches over to his gasping brother, with the word "months" written on the picture.
The last image shows Oscar giving his little brother a big hug.
The biggest two month celebratory hug. Instagram
Becoming a family of four is quite an event in itself, and Sylvia had to ramp up her multitasking skills on her maternity leave when she was faced with juggling a baby and doing her make up for a fashion week this week.
The journalist let fans into her bathroom to share a wholesome, raw and realistic video that showed what it is actually like to get ready for an event with a newborn.
The Today Extra star could be seen applying her eyeliner, concealer and mascara with little Henry strapped to her chest in a baby carrier.
WATCH IN THE PLAYER BELOW: Multitasking mama Sylvia gets ready for Fashion Week
The presenter and her journalist husband, Peter Stefanovic, welcomed their second son Henry on April 7, almost over a year after Sylvia gave birth to their first son, Oscar, into the world in 2020.
Announcing his name, and their first words about their beautiful boy, Sylvia wrote alongside a gorgeous picture of her son: "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."