It's happy news in the Dancing With The Stars camp, as the show's handsome Irish judge Tristan MacManus and his wife Tahnya welcome their second child, a sweet baby boy.
The 32-year-old new mum shared an image of a handwritten note on her Instagram account, announcing the happy news.
"Hello beautiful boy. 14/03/2019," she wrote. "Oisín Lír MacManus We love you beyond measure."
Both traditional Irish names, Oisín means 'little deer' and Lír means 'the sea'.
The couple also share a daughter, two-year-old Echo Isolde MacManus.
Tristan, 36, is a former professional dancer who has starred in five seasons of the US version of Dancing With The Stars, and appeared on the UK's dancing reality show Strictly Come Dancing.
Tahyna, an actress and model, is the older sister of model Cheyenne Tozzi.
Tahyna and Tristan were introduced by mutual friends in 2011 at a Thai restaurant in LA - and it turns out the friends were secretly setting them up!
They dated for five years, splitting their time between Tristan's home country of Ireland and LA, before getting married in 2014 in Sydney's Cronulla.
The Tozzi family are famous around Sydney's Sutherland Shire, and now Tahyna and Tristan live in the $1.5 million three bedroom house Caringbah South they purchased together in 2017.
But it hasn't all been million dollar properties and shiny TV gigs for this couple.
Last October, Tahnya revealed that she has suffered three miscarriages.
On Pregnancy Loss Awareness Day, Tahyna revealed that she has mixed emotions about her family's new addition.
"On one hand, I am overjoyed at our impending arrival and on the other hand thinking of the 3 little lives that didn't make it this far," she wrote on Instagram.
"On this day in particular - Pregnancy and Infant Loss Day - I think of all those little ones and the women and families who had to endure the tragedy of miscarriage," she said.
"I began documenting my experience ... in an effort to shatter the shame and stigma associated with miscarriage and loss. Thank you to those who have shared their experience with me so far - I always wish to hear more.'
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