ENRIQUE Iglesias and Anna Kournikova confirmed they welcomed their third child together and shared the first photos of their newborn daughter.
Their two-week-old baby girl joins twins Lucy and Nicholas – born in 2017 – making it a family of five for the Hero singer, 44, and the 38-year-old tennis superstar.
The proud father-of-three shared the first look at his daughter – whose name has not yet been revealed – as he held her in his hospital garments moments after she was born.
He revealed her birthday in the sweet Instagram caption: “My Sunshine 01.30.2020.”
The former tennis player wrote the same message when she shared a similar photo to her followers smiling as she held her baby up to her chest who was covered in a pink bow head wrap.
Russian-born beauty Anna showed another intimate family moment in a second post that showed her partner of 19 years as he gave her a forehead kiss from the hospital bed.
The emotional moment captured the couple together with their newborn as the Spanish pop star placed his hand on his daughter’s head.
Enrique’s half-brother, Julio Iglesias Jr., revealed earlier this week his brother’s child count grew by one.
He confirmed the news to Chilean radio station ADN: “My brother now has three children. He’s very happy.”
Anna and Enrique first began to date in late 2001 but reportedly briefly split in October 2013 before getting back together soon after.
They welcomed their twins on December 16, 2017.
During a Budapest concert in March 2018 – shortly after their birth – Enrique gushed about parenthood to the crowd while on stage.
"I became a father about 12 weeks ago, and I can absolutely tell you two things. I love my babies! I love them so much.
“Actually, three things. I love my girl, and I super f*****g love you guys for being here tonight,” he yelled out to the audience.
Both excited parents have regularly posted snapshots of Lucy and Nicholas on their social media pages in the years since they were born.
The couple has previously expressed that although they share nearly a two-decade long relationship, tying-the-knot is not a priority.
The former professional athlete revealed in a 2011 interview to Women’s Health: “[Marriage] isn’t important to me. I’m in a happy relationship – that’s all that matters.
“I believe in commitment. I believe in being open and trusting each other and respecting each other completely,” she concluded to the magazine.
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