TV personalities Sylvia Jeffreys, 33, and Peter Stefanovic, 37, have welcomed their first child together.
The pair announced the safe arrival of their newborn son on Instagram, with Sylvia gushing, "Our beautiful boy, Oscar Hamilton Stefanovic 💙 3.4kg, deep blue eyes and perfectly healthy. He's absolute magic."
Meanwhile, Peter wrote: "We've got our own Oscar! I'm so unbelievably proud of @sylviajeffreys and our new best mate. Love is strong. Life is fantastic."
Pete and Sylvia, who tied the knot in Kangaroo Valley in April, 2017, announced in August this year that they were expecting a little bundle of joy.
"We're having a baby boy and we're totally over the moon!!," Sylvia captioned a gorgeous photo of herself and Peter on Instagram.
Pete also shared a cute picture of the couple on his own account, showing off a cute "It's a boy" card, confirming the gender of their newest addition.
"Soon to be a family of three and we are rapt! Good thing I'm already match fit with the whole no sleep thing 😁," Pete captioned the post.
Speaking to The Australian Women's Weekly in 2017, Sylvia confessed they would "love a house full of kids."
"Our hope is that down the track, we could have a house on the Gold Coast so that our kids can have the same experiences with their cousins that we both had as kids with our cousins," Sylvia said.
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Sylvia and Pete, who is the younger brother of former Today show presenter Karl Stefanovic, first met in 2014 when they were both hosting Weekend Today over the summer holidays.
"That was the first time we met face to face and it was soon after that that we started courting," Sylvia told The Sydney Morning Herald in 2016.
"We sort of bumped into each other in a car park at Channel Nine one day before we started hosting together … I think it was pretty obvious, certainly was to everyone around me – my mum and my sister, in particular, knew that there was something there."