Katherine Ryan Reveals New Baby Surprise – Just Two Weeks After Pregnancy Announced

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Katherine Ryan Reveals New Baby Surprise – Just Two Weeks After Pregnancy Announced


Actress Katherine Ryan has given birth to her second child, just two weeks after announcing her pregnancy.

Sharing a photo on her Instagram Stories on Monday, the 37-year-old star shared the good news with the caption: “I have a really good reason yesterday’s podcast is late. “

Ryan, who hosts the Telling Everybody Everything podcast, is pictured holding the newborn in bed. She did not disclose the baby’s name or gender.

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Ryan and his partner Bobby Kootstra pictured in 2019. Photo: AP

In a second photo, his partner Bobby Kootstra can be seen holding the baby in front of a TV showing the Netherlands vs Ukraine Euro 2020 soccer match on Sunday, Ryan joking that the newborn baby arrived in time for the kick-off. sending.

Ryan didn’t announce her pregnancy until May, revealing the news during a live recording of his podcast. The star said at the time that she was keeping her due date a secret in an effort to stop questions about her bump and avoid comparisons to other moms-to-be.

She had previously shown off her baby bump during a live recording of ITV2’s Celebrity Juice show, but did not address it.

The comedian, who has a young daughter from a previous relationship, recently entered into a civil partnership with his childhood sweetheart, Kootstra. The couple had rekindled their relationship after 20 years of separation.

Last year she revealed that she had a miscarriage and said she wanted to talk about it in the hopes it might help others, although she feels “vulnerable” for being so open. .

In an interview with Sky News, she said: “When this happened to me, I felt so lonely, like I was going through this on my own [even though] I know the numbers, I know it can happen, I am aware that it is a reality …

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“I took no personal joy in sharing it. I mean, now I feel very vulnerable and I have taken on, I think, a lot of collective grief as people tell their stories.

“But I felt that I didn’t want an experience to happen without resolution. I think we still need to move the conversation forward. ”

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