Grant and Chezzi Denyer are celebrating the safe arrival of their third child, a healthy baby girl.
The much loved showbiz couple shared the exciting news via their social media pages on Friday, February 12.
"We are over-the-moon excited to announce the wonderful & safe arrival of our brand new baby girl, the spectacularly gorgeous Sunday Mary Mae Denyer," Chezzi wrote in an Instagram post on Friday afternoon.
She continued: "She was actually born on Wednesday the 10th but we've been keeping it our little family secret, until her sisters Sailor & Scout were allowed to meet her this morning, once hospital Covid rules were relaxed overnight."
Sunday weighed 7lb 2.5oz, and, according to Chezzi, is already the "apple of Daddy's eye!"
The mum-of-three also added: "She looks a lot like Sailor but mostly she looks like Daddy. Beautiful big blue eyes and lots of fair hair!"
"I never thought my heart could feel so full! This has been the greatest week of my life. We never want to emerge from this beautiful baby bubble! It's been the most wonderful feeling! Words cannot describe how in love we are right now.
"Promise to post more pics soon.. once we stop marvelling at her beauty I guess," she ended.
This is the couple's third baby with proud big sisters Sailor, nine, and Scout, five, thrilled with the new addition.
During her pregnancy, Chezzi spoke candidly about the couple's struggles to fall pregnant the third time around.
"I didn't set out to have such a big gap between Scout and this baby... we tried for over 12months to fall pregnant, and we endured three miscarriages throughout that period. It was the first month we stopped trying that we actually fell pregnant this time," the 40-year-old revealed.
Gold Logie winner Grant and Chezzi, who met in 2005 after working together on Sunrise and tied the knot in 2010, announced their pregnancy in August last year by sharing an adorable video of their two daughters chatting about their baby sibling.
"We have some exciting news..... coming 1 March 2021," Grant and Chezzi both captioned the video, which showed their two girls sitting at a table with a toy doll.
"So, we have some news. Our mum is pregnant! And mum's really sick. And she's been resting for days," Sailor explained, before revealing her mum's morning sickness has left her bedridden for "a month."
"So that's our news and it's so exciting that she's got a baby," she added.
"And we're so excited to play with it and look after it and hold it," an elated Sailor beamed.
Since going public with her pregnancy, TV producer Chezzi has spoken candidly about her battle with Hyperemesis Gravidarum, which is also known as extreme morning sickness.
Hyperemesis Gravidarum is a pregnancy complication that can cause severe nausea, vomiting, weight-loss and possible dehydration.
"I've had it each pregnancy. With the girls I got bad about 8 weeks... but this time much earlier. Can't keep food or water down. Profusely vomiting. Severe nausea. Feeling faint and dizzy. Waking through the night to throw up," Chezzi, who also co-stars on a podcast called It's All True? with her husband, explained.
While it had slowly subsided, Chezzi recently admitted it hadn't vanished all together as she entered her third and final trimester.
Meanwhile when Grant's not starring on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! or hosting Dancing With The Stars, the in-demand television presenter loves nothing more than spending time on his property in Bathurst in country NSW with his wife Chezzi and children.
Despite Grant's busy work schedule, the 42-year-old is determined to be as present as possible.
"My greatest concern is not being able to observe every single waking moment with those growing little monsters," Grant previously explained to TV WEEK of raising his children.
"Time is going so fast, and they're evolving so quickly in front of my eyes. I don't want to miss a thing – and as a parent, my greatest paranoia is, 'Am I focusing on work too much?'"
"In the hours we're together, we muck around, jump on the trampoline, play with the dolls' house or run outside with the dog. We ride quad bikes together; we go on little adventures. I'm deeply protective of ensuring that we have a balance, because it's not a game you want to get wrong. It's about making that time count," he said.
As his brood expands, Grant has also made a vow to quit alcohol.
"I want to push the button on cancelling it [alcohol] altogether and see how I go," the television star told The Daily Telegraph in January.
"I am super worried why that scares me so much, which probably tells me it is something I need to do. I need to stop, it is not improving my life, in fact it is doing the opposite."
"I am not an alcoholic, I am a three night a week drinker but it is the amounts that I need to look at and I am not getting anything out of it so that is going to be the new me in 2021," he added.
Here's to new beginnings with your beautiful new baby - congrats!