Romee Strijd has given delivery to her second youngster.
The 27-year-old mannequin revealed on Wednesday (16.11.22) that she and fiance Laurens van Leeuwen – with whom she has two-year-old daughter Mint – welcomed one other child lady into the world final week.
Sharing pictures of the brand new child on Instagram, Romee captioned her publish: “June van Leeuwen 11-11-’22 [white heart emoji] (sic)”
Quite a few Romee’s fellow fashions had been fast to congratulate their buddy within the feedback.
Taylor Hill wrote: Quantity 2!!!! Congratulations [heart emojis] can’t wait to satisfy her [heart eye emoji] (sic)”
Jasmine Tookes posted: “Awww congratulations [heart emoji] (sic)”
Devon Windsor commented: “Congrats you guys [heart emojis] (sic)”
Helena Christensen exclaimed: “Identical day as my mother, an ideal date for an ideal little lady [heart emojis] congrats!!(sic)”
The previous Victoria’s Secret Angel introduced her being pregnant in Could.
In an Instagram publish of herself, Laurens, and Mint, she wrote: “Quickly we might be a household of 4. Can’t wait.”
On the announcement of their first youngster, Romee gushed about motherhood being her “greatest dream” amid fears about “pure” conception surrounding her prognosis of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome.
She wrote:“WE’RE SOON A FAMILY OF THREE.
“Being a mother … is my greatest dream. I used to be so scared that I’d by no means be capable of as a result of I received instructed it was more durable to get infants in a pure manner.”
Romee – who detailed going seven years and not using a interval – defined that all through her profession, she had “pressured [her] physique an excessive amount of” as she admitted she had shunned restrictive weight-reduction plan and had relocated again the Netherlands to be nearer her household.
She stated: “I believe my weight was not good for my physique to operate correctly and couldn’t deal with the fixed touring. I began to analysis pure therapeutic for PCOS and got here to the conclusion that I ought to do manner much less excessive depth coaching, don’t prohibit meals, be good to myself, and take breaks when wanted.”