Sleepless nights?Marvin Humes puts in a solo appearance at TRIC Awards... just days after wife Rochelle gave birth to the couple's second child

It was announced on Friday that they had welcomed their second child together.

And Marvin Humes was back at work on Tuesday, stepping out solo to attend the TRIC Awards 2017 (The Television And Radio Industries Club) in London, just four days after wife Rochelle gave birth.

The dapper chap, 31, was looking sharp in a smart grey suit as he posed on the red carpet, looking a little tired after a couple of no doubt sleepless nights.

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Back at work: Marvin Humes attended the  TRIC Awards 2017 (The Television And Radio Industries Club) in London, just four days after wife Rochelle gave birth

Back at work: Marvin Humes attended the TRIC Awards 2017 (The Television And Radio Industries Club) in London, just four days after wife Rochelle gave birth

Happy families: On Friday, it was announced that Rochelle and Marvin had welcomed baby daughter Valentina Raine

Happy families: On Friday, it was announced that Rochelle and Marvin had welcomed baby daughter Valentina Raine

Marvin injected some cool points to his look thanks to a patterned pocket square and a pair of leather tipped trainers.

The former JLS star no doubt ensured his attendance was fleeting, rushing back home to his wife and two daughters after the main event. 

Meanwhile, Rochelle caused a stir when she took to Instagram on Sunday to post an image of the tot's dehydrated umbilical cord shaped into the word love and framed. 

The 27-year-old Saturday songstress shared the image with her 1 million followers, who appeared divided by her choice of art, which she posted alongside an image of her placenta in pills.  

Dapper chap: Marvin injected some cool points to his look thanks to a patterned pocket square and a pair of leather tipped trainers

Dapper chap: Marvin injected some cool points to his look thanks to a patterned pocket square and a pair of leather tipped trainers

'I just got sick': Rochelle is ensuring she remembers baby Valentina Raine is a unique was as she took to Instagram on Sunday to post an image of the tot's dehydrated umbilical cord shaped into the word love and framed

'I just got sick': Rochelle is ensuring she remembers baby Valentina Raine is a unique was as she took to Instagram on Sunday to post an image of the tot's dehydrated umbilical cord shaped into the word love and framed

Rochelle, who is already mum to three-year-old daughter Alaia-Mai, announced the news of social media on Friday by posting a heartwarming snap of herself cradling her newborn child, with the caption: 'The Our world is now complete'.

After days of delighting in new motherhood, she remained silent on social media until Sunday when she shared a gift box sent to her by celebrity favourite Placenta Plus, a company that includes Rebekah Vardy among its clientele. 

The gift box included a pack of pills made from Rochelle's placenta, a frame with the dried umbilical cord shaped into the word love and a handwritten note reading: 'To Rochelle and Marvin, Congratulations on the birth of your baby girl, love Danielle!'

Our world: Rochelle, who is already mum to three-year-old daughter Alaia-Mai, announced the news of social media on Friday by posting a heartwarming snap of herself cradling her newborn child, with the caption: 'The Our world is now complete'

Our world: Rochelle, who is already mum to three-year-old daughter Alaia-Mai, announced the news of social media on Friday by posting a heartwarming snap of herself cradling her newborn child, with the caption: 'The Our world is now complete'

She added a caption on the image reading: 'After being very curious I took the plunge, so excited to feel the benefits..Thanks so much Danielle'. 

While placenta pills are coming to be an increasingly popular trend, it seems the umbilical cord art irked some of Rochelle's followers, who penned: 'High five to the tablets but the picture just no... I'm sorry but that picture is horrible! The tablets I understand but I just couldn't have that picture!... 

'i would give the pills a go but the picture. i think i just got a little bit sick in my mouth. but i wouldnt want to keep the cord, baby teeth, hair any of that stuff makes me heave. oh wants to keep all that shiz, this house is divided x... 

'Next time I have a baby I'm defiantly trying the pills xx not sure about the picture. But that's just my preference xx but heard so many good things about the pills xx'

Thanks! The gift box included a pack of pills made from Rochelle's placenta, a frame with the dried umbilical cord shaped into the word love and a handwritten note reading: 'To Rochelle and Marvin, Congratulations on the birth of your baby girl, love Danielle!'

Thanks! The gift box included a pack of pills made from Rochelle's placenta, a frame with the dried umbilical cord shaped into the word love and a handwritten note reading: 'To Rochelle and Marvin, Congratulations on the birth of your baby girl, love Danielle!'

Hey! Other fans however threw their support behind products: 'Some people have to have their say on everything and anything.... a picture made from the placenta, the cord that was used to supply her baby with food and everything else it needed to survive for 9 months inside....

Hey! Other fans however threw their support behind products: 'Some people have to have their say on everything and anything.... a picture made from the placenta, the cord that was used to supply her baby with food and everything else it needed to survive for 9 months inside....

Placenta Pills: A fad or essential for new mums?

Placenta is the organ from which the mother connects to the baby to provide nutrition in the womb

The organ acts to protect the baby at the end of pregnancy and has been feted in ancient medicine for its qualities

 Key nutrients included in the placenta include Stem Cells and Growth Factors, Iron – essential for oxygen absorption in the cells and Vitamins B6 – aids in the making of antibodies 

There are two methods to make placenta pills: Traditional Chinese Medicine involves steaming the placenta before dehydration, while the Raw Dried method, involves the dehydration of raw placenta. Both methods involve grinding and encapsulating after dehydration.

Other fans however threw their support behind products: 'Some people have to have their say on everything and anything.... a picture made from the placenta, the cord that was used to supply her baby with food and everything else it needed to survive for 9 months inside.... 

'please tell me how this can be so wrong like some have protested??? Sometimes I lose my faith in humanity!... Rochelle has posted on social media so something like that is going to divide opinion...

'i just don't think everything needs to be seen there are lots of bodily functions etc that have helped create and bring a beautiful baby safely into the world but we don't have to frame all the gory bits... 

'it's really none of your business! Surely every one is entitled to making their own personal choice! Leave her to get on with caring for her newborn. Negative comments are all a new mum needs.'

The framed cord in a hot seller on Placenta Plus, marketing between £10 to £40, with the website's description reading: 'A framed cord keepsake is simply your cord keepsake in a frame. We offer a choice of colours to suit your preference...  

'A cord keepsake is your baby’s umbilical cord dehydrated into the shape of a heart or the word love. It is possible to have your babies name but the cord has to be long and the name short.'

A good thing? The framed cord in a hot seller on Placenta Plus, marketing between £10 to £40, with the website's description reading: 'A framed cord keepsake is simply your cord keepsake in a frame. We offer a choice of colours to suit your preference...

A good thing? The framed cord in a hot seller on Placenta Plus, marketing between £10 to £40, with the website's description reading: 'A framed cord keepsake is simply your cord keepsake in a frame. We offer a choice of colours to suit your preference...

Aside from the umbilical cord preservation, Danielle Kinney, the placenta encapsulation specialist who turns the stars' organ into pills, relayed the health pros of the method to The Mirror.

She said: 'The benefits include a faster recovery all over, a reduction of postpartum bleeding, production of more breast milk and it helps your energy levels – the list is endless. The rise in placenta encapsulation is because mums of multiple children need that extra help.'

The process, which costs £200, takes 24 hours and consists of the dried placenta being ground up into power - which in return are taken by new mothers for anything between six weeks and six months. 

Curious... The process, which costs £200, takes 24 hours and consists of the dried placenta being ground up into power - which in return are taken by new mothers for anything between six weeks and six months

Curious... The process, which costs £200, takes 24 hours and consists of the dried placenta being ground up into power - which in return are taken by new mothers for anything between six weeks and six months

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