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Síle Seoige says she is 'shattered but euphoric' as she reveals birth of daughter

The 42-year-old gave birth to her first daughter Clíodhna on Thursday.

Baby Clíodhna (Instagram)

Neasa Cumiskey

Síle Seoige has welcomed her second child with her partner Damien O’Farrell.

The couple are already parents to 4-year-old Cathal, who has been busy taking on big brother duties.

Taking to Instagram today, the 42-year-old revealed that she had given birth to her first daughter Clíodhna on Thursday by saying: “Major baby bubble vibes going on here.

“Shattered but euphoric! Thanks for the love.”

Síle later posted a photo of her little bundle of joy and said: “There is so much I want to say but I don't know where to start! So simply put...

“Clíodhna, our baby daughter arrived into the world on the Thursday 11th of November in a bit of a hurry but I still (luckily) had the birth I had hoped for with Damien by my side every step of the way.

“We're so thankful for an incredible birth team in @thecoombehospital our wonderful consultant Professor Deirdre Murphy and midwives Rachel and Dara for believing in me and empowering me to have the birth experience I was hoping for.

Sile Seoige

“Shout out to perineum massage too for a quick recovery post birth.

“Cathal has taken to the role of big brother brilliantly and we're trying to soak up every euphoric and exhausting second while we can. Feeling beyond thankful that she's here.”

Fans and friends flooded the comments section with congratulatory messages and kind words for the new mum.

One follower wrote: “Huge congrats️. What a super date to be born”

Another said: “Huge congrats she's beautiful hope you and baby are doing well. Enjoy every minute of the newborn bubble.”

A third chimed in: “Congratulations Sile. Welcome to the world Cliodhna. Enjoy her.”

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