Today’s Jayne Azzopardi Weekend Welcomes Second Child – Son Theodore Phillip

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Weekend Jayne Azzopardi and Husband Trent Butler Welcome Their Second Child – Son Theodore Phillip

Jayne Azzopardi announced the birth of her second child on Tuesday.

The Channel Nine newscaster revealed the news on Instagram, alongside a photo of herself with her newborn bundle of joy, Theodore Phillip, and son Joey Butler, one.

“Hands and heart full,” Jayne, 37, began the proud post, adding a heart emoji.

Congratulations: Today’s Jayne Azzopardi [pictured] and husband Trent Butler have welcomed their second child – a son named Theodore Phillip

“The perfect little Theodore Phillip arrived last week and completed our family.

“Mom and Dad are busy, tired and feel very grateful for our healthy and handsome little surprise package,” she added.

“Extra special that he gets his middle name from his beloved Poppy whom he just missed.”

Jayne is married to cinematographer Trent Butler.

Ready for baby number two!  Jayne is married to cinematographer Trent Butler and they share a son named Joey Butler

Ready for baby number two! Jayne is married to cinematographer Trent Butler and they share a son named Joey Butler

Jayne, who welcomed her first son Joey through IVF in February 2020, shared: Stellar magazine in September 2020 that she had endured the “agonizing” pain of multiple miscarriages.

‘[Trent and I] experienced pregnancy loss; we’ve been through it more than once and it’s painful. We ended up going the IVF route, and it can be very lonely,” she revealed.

That month, she also wrote an open letter for: Essential Baby and addressed those who have also endured fertility struggles — reminding women that they are “brave and not alone.”

Adorable: Jayne, who welcomed her first son Joey through IVF in February 2020, told Stellar magazine in September 2020 that she had gone through the 'agonizing' pain of multiple miscarriages

Adorable: Jayne, who welcomed her first son Joey through IVF in February 2020, told Stellar magazine in September 2020 that she had gone through the ‘agonizing’ pain of multiple miscarriages

“It’s something that can be hard to talk about, and as a result, it’s hard for anyone who hasn’t been through it to understand what it must be like,” the journalist wrote.

“For many, it’s not like losing a living breathing child you’ve come to know and love — but it’s losing everything you hoped for and imagined of that child.”

She added that while many women share their heartbreaking experiences with others, those who don’t are equally brave.

Kind words: She also wrote an open letter to Essential Baby, addressing those who have endured fertility struggles too — reminding women to be

Kind words: She also wrote an open letter to Essential Baby, addressing those who have endured fertility struggles too — reminding women to be “brave and not alone”

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