Strictly’s Kym Marsh overjoyed as she turns into grandma for second time

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ym Marsh is over the moon after revealing that she has turn into a grandmother once more.

The ex Coronation Road actress – who just lately signed up for the brand new sequence of Strictly Come Dancing – took to social media to share her delight and provides followers a glimpse at her new grandson.

Importing a slew of black and white pictures, plus, a video of the cute new arrival, she gushed: “Introducing…..Clayton Lenny David Cunliffe!!! Our lovely new grandson was welcomed into the world on 17.08.22 weighing a whopping 10lb 7oz!!”

The 47-year-old former Rumour singer went on to reward her son David and his associate, saying: “You might be already unbelievable dad and mom and he’s a really fortunate little boy!! We love you a lot.”

Addressing younger Clayton, she cooed: “You might be so so cherished already by so many and we’re so very fortunate to be your YaYa and Pop.

“What adventures you have got earlier than you baby, we are able to’t wait to observe you develop… simply don’t develop up too quick!!!

“We love you with all of our hearts,” she added, adopted by a pink love coronary heart emoji.

Fellow Coronation Road stars took to the feedback to supply their congratulations.

It was just lately confirmed that Kym Marsh can be participating on this yr’s sequence of Strictly Come Dancing

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Leanne Battersby actress Jane Danson expressed her shock on the measurement of the infant, saying “wow 10 kilos 7 !!!”, whereas Charlie Condou, who performed Marcus Dent, stated “Ah my darling, congratulations to all of you!! He’s beautiful xx”.

Hollyoaks actress Susie Amy, who starred alongside Kym in a UK tour of Deadly Attraction earlier this yr additionally commented, praising the ‘lovely information’.

Marsh – who has three kids of her personal – has been a “YaYa” since 2019, following the beginning of her first grandson, Teddy, from daughter Emilie.

On the time, she made it clear that the titles “grandma” or “nanny”weren’t for her, so actively seemed up various names for grandparents and settled on “YaYa”.


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