Helen Flanagan has welcomed her second child and the name is GORGEOUS

So in love: In the accompanying caption the actress revealed she had a'good labour and is'absolutely besotted and so in love with her newborn

So in love: In the accompanying caption the actress revealed she had a'good labour and is'absolutely besotted and so in love with her newborn

Helen was due on June 20, and told fans that she was anxious about giving birth two years after welcoming her first daughter Matilda.

The couple are already parents to two-year-old daughter Matilda.

'Feel so blessed to have our healthy baby girl and I feel good after my labour.

Helen has plenty to celebrate at the moment after Scott - who she has been dating since 2009 - popped the question to the actress last month.

In an Instagram post on Tuesday (19.06.18), she wrote: "I do feel anxious about my labour with my baby now but I'm hoping I'll feel maybe a little bit calmer this time. I will love this baby just as much as I do Matilda".

They found out the baby's sex on holiday, after asking their doctor to write the child's gender down on a piece of paper which they then passed to hotel staff.

There was a further surprise in store for Helen when Scott proposed to her at the start of June.

Helen has previously credited becoming a mother with helping her to cope with her bipolar disorder, after spiralling into a deep depression in 2012.

Helen had predicted her second child would be around a week overdue, but said she enjoyed every part of pregnancy.

Helen said she took four pregnancy tests to make sure she had it right. "It's definitely changed me for the better and made me happy, because I feel that it's given me a reason, everything gets put into perspective".

"I'm so excited to meet my baby girl", she added, "but my baby will arrive when ready and I will be equally in love with both my daughters".

Helen's now on maternity leave from Coronation Street, where she plays Rosie Webster, but has promised fans she will return to the soap.

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