Cat Deeley and Patrick Kielty seen for the first time since welcoming their second son James Patrick as they stock up on toys and snacks during supermarket shop
They announced the birth of their second son over the weekend.
And despite life suddenly getting doubly busy for Cat Deeley and Patrick Kielty, the couple still managed to look relaxed as they headed out for a supermarket shop on Monday.
The outing marked the first time the couple have been seen since announcing the birth of their second child, James Patrick, on Saturday.
New addition: Cat Deeley and Patrick Kielty headed out for a supermarket shop on Monday after revealing last week that they had welcomed their second son, James Patrick
Cat, 41, dressed down in a denim jacket and colourful print trousers for the grocery run, flashing a big smile as she pushed an overflowing trolley to the pair's car.
Patrick carried three more huge bags of goodies, as he dressed for the heat in pink shorts and a black t-shirt.
Cat struggled to push the trolley, which included a plastic bucket and spade set inside, no doubt a treat for the couple's eldest son Milo, two.
Mum of two: Cat, 41, dressed down in a denim jacket and colourful print trousers for the grocery run, flashing a big smile
Happy time: The So You Think You Can Dance host hid any sign of tiredness behind her dark shades as the pair headed home to their boys
The So You Think You Can Dance host hid any sign of tiredness behind her dark shades as the pair headed home to their boys.
Cat and Patrick broke the news of their new addition in a statement to People , revealing that their new baby was named James Patrick.
'We are over the moon with happiness and Milo is the perfect big brother,' the couple told the publication.
She made the initial announcement about her latest pregnancy back in January on Twitter.
Ready to pop! She made the initial announcement about her latest pregnancy back in January (seen here pregnant in May)
Happy family! Cat and husband Patrick also share son Milo, aged two (seen in December 2017)
'Over-the-moon to share that Milo is going to be a big brother,' wrote the U.K. native, 'can't wait to be a family of four in the spring. We're all so excited.'
Last year, Cat admitted that she was more than ready to have another child, as she completely enjoyed the role of mother.
Six months before, talking about her wish to have more children, she told The Mirror: 'I would love some more. But I have got to get on with it if I do.
Addicted! Last year, Cat admitted that she was more than ready to have another child, as she completely enjoyed the role of mother
'When you go for your check-ups they call you a 'geriatric mum'. That is the terminology they use, I swear. They say, 'Ma'am, you are triple high risk'.'
The phrase is used to refer to women who get pregnant after the age of 39, where it is considered that there is a high risk of abnormalities.
Risks are said to include premature birth, low birth weight in the baby, stillbirth and chromosomal defects in the baby.
Happy news! The 41-year-old So You Think You Can Dance presenter revealed their new baby was named James Patrick
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