Roxy Horner gives birth! Model welcomes her first child with comedian Jack Whitehall as pair are spotted leaving hospital where the Princess of Wales welcomed her three children carrying their new bundle of joy

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Roxy Horner has welcomed her first child with her beau Jack Whitehall.

The model, 32, gave birth to a baby girl at the Lindo Wing at St Mary’s in London and was seen leaving the private hospital with comedian Jack, 35, on Tuesday evening in exclusive pictures obtained by MailOnline. 

It comes Roxy suffered with symphysis pubis dysfunction (SPD) in her final trimester. 

SPD is common in pregnancies and is a collection of uncomfortable symptoms caused by stiffness in the pelvis joints or the joints moving unevenly.

New dad Jack looked proud as he held his new baby in the carrier as they pair headed home to their West London pad. 

Exciting news to share! Model Roxy Horner has welcomed her first child with her beau Jack Whitehall, exclusive pictures from MailOnline show

Exciting news to share! Model Roxy Horner has welcomed her first child with her beau Jack Whitehall, exclusive pictures from MailOnline show

Parents: The beauty, 32, gave birth to a baby girl at the Lindo Wing at St Mary's in London and was seen leaving the private hospital with comedian Jack, 35, on Tuesday evening

Parents: The beauty, 32, gave birth to a baby girl at the Lindo Wing at St Mary’s in London and was seen leaving the private hospital with comedian Jack, 35, on Tuesday evening

Roxy wore a striped vest and dark shades as she held Jack’s hand while making her way down the steps to the car. 

Jack dressed casually in a navy hoodie and matching shorts which he wore with a grey hat and comfortable trainers.  

The Lindo Wing has seen a host of Royal births including The Princess of Wales who welcomed her three children there, as well as many other famous faces. 

It comes after last week Roxy looked effortlessly glamorous in a black dress as she attended her baby shower ahead of welcoming her first child.

And she was joined by her friends and family for a ‘last minute’ baby shower on Friday, complete with pink balloons and floral displays.

Sharing snaps from the bash to Instagram, Roxy cut an elegant figure in a black strapped dress which hugged her growing baby bump.

She wore a pregnancy support belt over her dress and posed on crutches amid her struggles with pelvic pain due to symphysis pubis dysfunction (SPD).

SPD is common in pregnancies and is a collection of uncomfortable symptoms caused by stiffness in the pelvis joints or the joints moving unevenly.

‘If you have to wear crutches might as well have sparkly ones,’ she wrote alongside the snap of herself, referring to her glitter crutches from Cool Crutches & Sticks.

For her baby shower, Roxy was joined by her mother Lisa Rae and her sister Riana, as well as a group of her close friends.

Father: New dad Jack looked proud as he held his new baby in the carrier as they pair headed home to their West London pad

Father: New dad Jack looked proud as he held his new baby in the carrier as they pair headed home to their West London pad

Given birth: Roxy wore a striped vest and dark shades as she held Jack's hand while making her way down the steps to the car

Given birth: Roxy wore a striped vest and dark shades as she held Jack’s hand while making her way down the steps to the car

Chilled: Jack dressed casually in a navy hoodie and matching shorts which he wore with a grey hat and comfortable trainers

Chilled: Jack dressed casually in a navy hoodie and matching shorts which he wore with a grey hat and comfortable trainers

Luxury: The Lindo Wing has seen a host of Royal births including The Princess of Wales who welcomed her three children there, as well as many other famous faces
Proud: He carried the baby in the car seat

Luxury: The Lindo Wing has seen a host of Royal births including The Princess of Wales who welcomed her three children there, as well as many other famous faces

Tough: SPD is common in pregnancies and is a collection of uncomfortable symptoms caused by stiffness in the pelvis joints or the joints moving unevenly

Tough: SPD is common in pregnancies and is a collection of uncomfortable symptoms caused by stiffness in the pelvis joints or the joints moving unevenly

Holding hands: Jack supported his girlfriend as they both made their way home with the new arrival

Holding hands: Jack supported his girlfriend as they both made their way home with the new arrival

She praised her mother and sister for helping her through her difficult third trimester of pregnancy as she shared a snap of them all holding hands at the shower.

On her Instagram Stories, she wrote alongside the picture: ‘My tribe who have kept me together this past month.’

It comes days after Roxy admitted she has been in ‘excruciating’ pain as she detailed her struggles during the third trimester of her pregnancy recently.

Roxy – who was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes in 2021 – took to her Instagram Stories recently to reveal that she has been left in pain while moving due to SPD.

Roxy has since been seen out-and-about using crutches as she continues to struggle walking due to her symptoms. 

She explained: ‘Thank god for my mumma looking after me during this final trimester. I actually don’t know what I would have done without her.

‘Getting everything baby ready with SPD has not been easy but my mumma has really helped me get things organised this last week and I’m starting to feel a bit more at ease with that.

‘Just can’t wait to have baby girl here and not feel this way anymore, it really is excruciating to walk or move right but not long to go and apparently all symptoms of SPD go away once bubba arrives.’

Roxy also shared a black and white video showing her baby bump and told how a pregnancy belt has helped her to manage her symptoms.

‘Also I’ve only just got myself a pregnancy belt which has helped a lot with SPD, I would highly recommend any pregnant woman getting one asap to help avoid getting pelvic pain,’ she added.

Roxy then shared a selfie of herself lying in bed as she thanked her fans for their support and told how she had ‘ignored’ her painful symptoms for a long time.

Glowing: Roxy dressed casually as she left the Lindo Wing with her baby girl

Glowing: Roxy dressed casually as she left the Lindo Wing with her baby girl 

Difficult: Roxy - who was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes in 2021 - took to her Instagram Stories recently to reveal that she has been left in pain while moving due to SPD

Difficult: Roxy – who was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes in 2021 – took to her Instagram Stories recently to reveal that she has been left in pain while moving due to SPD

Pain: Roxy was then seen out-and-about using crutches as she continued to struggle walking due to her symptoms

Pain: Roxy was then seen out-and-about using crutches as she continued to struggle walking due to her symptoms

Adorable: Their baby girl was dressed in a sweet pink and white striped romper as she slept in her carrier

Adorable: Their baby girl was dressed in a sweet pink and white striped romper as she slept in her carrier 

New parent: Jack looked relaxed and happy as he left the private hospital

New parent: Jack looked relaxed and happy as he left the private hospital 

Strolling: They made their way down the steps and headed to the waiting car

Strolling: They made their way down the steps and headed to the waiting car 

Getting into the swing of things: He held the carrier in one hand and a dummy in the other

Getting into the swing of things: He held the carrier in one hand and a dummy in the other 

Cute: He supported Roxy by holding his hand

Cute: He supported Roxy by holding his hand 

New arrival: They headed home with their little one in a baby carrier

New arrival: They headed home with their little one in a baby carrier 

Heading home: They were helped into a waiting car after leaving the Lindo Wing

Heading home: They were helped into a waiting car after leaving the Lindo Wing

Celebrating: It comes after Roxy looked glamorous in a black dress as she attended her baby shower on Friday ahead of welcoming her first child. She used crutches amid her struggles with SPD

Celebrating: It comes after Roxy looked glamorous in a black dress as she attended her baby shower on Friday ahead of welcoming her first child. She used crutches amid her struggles with SPD

Health: It came days after Roxy admitted she has been in 'excruciating' pain as she detailed her struggles with SPD during the third trimester of her pregnancy

Health: It came days after Roxy admitted she has been in ‘excruciating’ pain as she detailed her struggles with SPD during the third trimester of her pregnancy

Pregnancy: Roxy told how she has been left in pain from any movement or walking amid her struggles with SPD, and has got a pregnancy belt to help her symptoms

Pregnancy: Roxy told how she has been left in pain from any movement or walking amid her struggles with SPD, and has got a pregnancy belt to help her symptoms 

Couple: Roxy and Jack have been dating for more than two years and they reside in a £17.5million, five-bedroom home in Notting Hill with their pooch Coco

Couple: Roxy and Jack have been dating for more than two years and they reside in a £17.5million, five-bedroom home in Notting Hill with their pooch Coco

She continued: ‘I’m so grateful for my female followers! It seems a lot of you have also suffered from SPD and can relate.

‘From what I’ve learnt so far if you are experiencing pain during pregnancy, get it checked out because I ignored mine for too long thinking that was just normal, I kept holding my tummy for support as it was agonising to walk and felt like bub could just fall out!

‘Even sleeping is rough but I’ve been told the best thing to do with SPD is rest as much as possible, get a pregnancy support belt, pregnancy pillow, painkillers and see a physio! Hope that helps anyone else going through the same thing.’

Roxy and Jack have been dating for more than two years and they reside in a £17.5million, five-bedroom home in Notting Hill with their pooch Coco.

WHAT IS SPD?  

Some women may develop pelvic pain in pregnancy. This is sometimes called pregnancy-related pelvic girdle pain (PGP) or symphysis pubis dysfunction (SPD).

PGP is a collection of uncomfortable symptoms caused by a stiffness of your pelvic joints or the joints moving unevenly at either the back or front of your pelvis.

PGP is not harmful to your baby, but it can be painful and make it hard to get around. 

Women with PGP may feel pain over the pubic bone at the front in the centre, roughly level with your hips and/or across 1 or both sides of your lower back.

Getting diagnosed as early as possible can help keep pain to a minimum and avoid long-term discomfort.

You may be referred to a physiotherapy service that specialises in obstetric pelvic joint problems.

Physiotherapy aims to relieve or ease pain, improve muscle function, and improve your pelvic joint position and stability.

Source: NHS




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