Hollyoaks and The Fall actress Bronagh Waugh has confirmed that she has given birth to a baby boy and shared an adorable snap of them together on Instagram.
She gushed: ‘3 weeks of Heaven with my wee man, my little #cinquodemayo
Baby. Mind blown. Heart bursting. (sic)’
The 38-year-old star – who portrayed Cheryl Brady in the Channel 4 soap
from 2008 to 2013 – admitted she is “completely and utterly in love”
with her lad.
She added: ‘I’ve never known tiredness like it but my God is it worth
it! Completely & utterly in love.
#gratitude #newborn #newbornbaby #cantbelieveimamummy #maybaby
#cinqodemayo #lovebubble #godblessthenhs (sic)’
She announced the news of her pregnancy back in March with her husband Richard Peacock and used International Women’s Day to confirm she would be a mother.
She wrote at the time: ‘Happy International Women’s Day!
Over Lockdown I’ve been busy preparing for my next role (spoiler alert:
it’s pretty major – I’m going to be a Ma!)
‘Women’s bodies are incredible with what they can do and what they
withstand. Absolute miracle machines and strong as an ox!
So Happy International Women’s Day to all of the incredible women out
there doing their thing; surviving, thriving, coping and carrying on.
‘You make the World go round & I salute each & every one of yiz!
‘Big love & thanks to the absolutely brilliant @stewartbywater who did
this Zoom shoot to mark this moment for me (as I haven’t been able to
see any of my friends and family for the whole pregnancy!!)
‘He’s one of the kindest, most creative, gentlest souls who made me feel strong,
empowered & beautiful. So Happy International Women’s Day to him too &
all the brilliant men in our life who help raise us up, support us with
solidarity & love us. (sic).’
Bronaugh is also known for her roles in Des and Derry Girls.
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