& # 39; Our family is complete & # 39 ;: Olympic swimmer Libby Trickett welcomes third child & # 39; two weeks early & # 39; via C-section – and reveals her cute name
Olympic gold medalist Libby Trickett gave birth to her third child.
The swimming champion, 34, confirmed on Instagram that she and husband Luke had welcomed another beautiful daughter – named her Bronte Rose Trickett.
But it wasn't the easiest birth for the athlete, who admitted that their little one & # 39; two weeks early & # 39; came via a surprising c-section.
Baby joy! Libby Trickett, 34, confirmed on Instagram that she and husband Luke had welcomed another beautiful daughter – named her Bronte Rose Trickett
& # 39; Luke and I are so happy to announce that our third little girl, Bronte Rose Trickett (7 weeks earlier – just like her big sisters!) Arrived in the world on November 7 at 4:22 am through a surprising c section, & # 39; she said.
& # 39; It came after an eventful induction, including her spiders in breech, a successful ECV, but Bronte wanted our OB on the way to high five!
The couple already share two daughters – Poppy, four and Edwina, one.
Everywhere: at the age of 28, Libby – who was once the fastest female swimmer in the world – was forced to retire after an injury.
She continued: & # 39; Little B weighed 3.7 kg and is 54.5 cm long. We cannot believe how happy and blessed we are to have brought a beautiful little girl into our lives!
& # 39; Still a bit in shock because I was so sure it was a boy, but as soon as she came out, we knew our small family was complete.
& # 39; We are so in love, Poppy is a ridiculously excited big sister and Eddie is still trying to understand what's going on x. & # 39;
Family: Libby and her husband Luke (center) welcomed first daughter Poppy Frances (photo) in August 2015. They also share Edwina Daisy (photo), born in February 2018
In May, Libby revealed that she was expecting her third child, just a year after the birth of her second daughter.
Libby, who was once the fastest swimmer in the world, had to give up her swimming career at only 28 due to her injury.
She wrote about her struggle during her memoir, called Beneath The Surface, in which she admitted that the future back then & # 39; dark & # 39; was, but has since become a dedicated mother, TV personality and author.
Baby love! In May, Libby revealed that she is expecting her third child, just a year after the birth of her second daughter Edwina (photo)
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